*The Traveling Circus is Over for the season!
It’s the season six finale: Konichiwa! The Line Traveling Circus crew travels over 5,000 miles to Japan for noodles, monkeys and skiing. Part soap opera, part travel documentary, “Everybody Loves Ramen – Part One” features the antics of Will Wesson, Andy Parry, Garrett Russell and Cole Drexler traveling across Japan in search of creative features and all the noodles they can eat!
“I honestly, I don’t know the plan. We’re going to go skiing and then we’re going to drive some more and go more skiing.” – Andy Parry
Check out the photos from Will Wesson, Shane McFalls & Tatsuya Tayagaki!
ABOUT LINE TRAVELING CIRCUS:
Admission is free! No high-end production crews, annual movie sales, snowmobiles, or heli trips to AK here, just a couple of die-hard ski bums with a camera powered by more creativity, ingenuity & hyperactivity than a 3rd grade art class. This band of misfit skiers are lead by Will Wesson & Andy Parry on a year round adventure crisscrossing North America and beyond in search of an angled surfaces to ski on. It’s reality TV meets modern ski bumming, for comedy, adventure and skiing antics that proves reality is more entertaining than fiction. Each of the eight episodes per season are watched tens of thousands of times online by skiers around the world. This popularity is the reason the Line Traveling Circus has been recognized with the first ever prestigious award of “Best Webisode” at the International Freeskiing Film Festival (www.IF3.ca ).
40 Days of Photographs – Rob Heule documents the Meanwhile In Canada trip.
“5 dudes, 40 days & 8000 km’s in an RV during the middle of a Canadian Winter was not as simple as we anticipated. Before Mack Jones, my brother Jay, Graeme (Filmer) & Kyle (Photographer) set out on our journey from the Pacific to the Atlantic, we were warned by numerous friends that we might not enjoy our nights in -40 degree weather. Luckily we only experienced one week of typical Canadian deep freeze across the Prairies (Saskatchewan & Manitoba) and the rest was smooth sailing, making the remainder of the trip seem tropical in comparison. Equipped with a lot of shovels, a bungee, the necessary warm weather gear, and our good attitudes, we set out to explore the streets of all the major cities and small towns across our home country. The goal: to have as much on our skis as possible, and make a movie about our adventure.
Directing a project from the initial planning stages, to releasing the final product online proved to be one of the biggest challenges we’ve worked towards in our skiing careers thus far, but the most rewarding. To have complete creative control over a project was amazing, and all of us couldn’t be happier with the result. The movie showcases the direction we want skiing to take, and we hope to encourage others to follow the same path.” – Rob Heule
Watch Meanwhile In Canada below!
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