Seward’s Folly, Scott’s Reward


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Life in Alaska is hard no matter what you do, but for those that ply the icy waters in search of ridable waves, it’s an adventure unto itself. Be it the onrush of deep low pressure systems, the tremendous flux in tides or the very fluid nature of the coast, being a surfer in the 50th State takes tremendous diligence and dedication, but you don’t have to tell that to Scott Dickerson and his boat the M/V Milo.