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NATURE OF THE JOURNEY: Jaysea Devoe

3 strong women. 3 long days. 58 total miles. An organic challenge to paddle around Catalina Island recently pushed Sanuk’s Jaysea Devoe and her pals, Natalie Foote and Emily Homolkee, to test their stamina and experience the deeper beauty of this offshore Southern Californian wonderland. “Nature of the Journey” follows the first females to accomplish this feat along their sun-soaked adventure…

lways ready for its close up, Catalina has no bad side... Welcome to the West End. (Photo: Corbin Rowland)

Always ready for its close up, Catalina has no bad side… Welcome to the West End. (Photo: Corbin Rowland)

 One of the many reasons Jaysea founded a yoga brand called SeaVibes...  Photo: Fisher Devoe

Ready to rock. Jaysea, Emily and Natalie set to launch from Two Harbors.  (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

Photo: Fisher Devoe

One of the many reasons Jaysea founded a yoga brand called SeaVibes…  (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

Bust out the microscope and you might see our main characters. Small humans, big dreams. Photo: Corbin Rowland

Bust out the microscope and you might see our main characters. Small humans, big dreams. (Photo: Corbin Rowland)

The journey is the destination

Nothing ventured. Nothing gained. Smiling despite paddle pain. (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

The finish line never felt so good.

Finish lines never felt so good. Local lifeguards welcome these ladies back where it all started. (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

The 3 Amigas.

The 3 Amigas come full circle. (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

Symbolism in silver. Photo: Fisher Devoe

Symbolism in silver. (Photo: Fisher Devoe)

Follow these incredible ladies for more grinspiration:

@JayseaDevoe, @NatalieFoote, @EmilyHomolkee.

Smile… pass it on!