Right now, there's a good chance Laguna Beach's James Pribram is on a standup paddleboard, off the Southern California coast probably in North San Diego County.
Whether or not he's having fun is debatable, but there is no doubt Pribram is doing something good.
Pribram, who has come to be known as the "Eco-Warrior" for his advocacy work for clean oceans and beaches, accepted an invitation to join the guys at Below the Surface, a non-profit organization that promotes water conservation and improving water quality in rivers and oceans.
Kristian Gustavson and Jared Robinson Criscuolo of Below the Surface invited Pribram to get on a stand-up paddleboard and participate with them in the "Trestles to TJ" project. That's right – paddleboard from Trestles to Tijuana.
The project is part of their Clean Water Initiative to raise awareness of sewage spills, plastic pollution and urban run-off at the watersheds of South Orange County and San Diego County.