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A Wild Vacation in the Pacific Northwest
Jul 29, 2014
| 148-part series
In this peppy travel diary, filmmaker Benny Zenga and his brothers decide to celebrate their parents' anniversary with "something epic." How epic? They round up more than a dozen of their relatives, load everybody into a pair of hand-painted vans, then trek down the Pacific coast with a caravan of art bikes and motorcycles in tow. Along the way, they stop to skate at Portland's Burnside Park and take a dip in the icy waters of Cannon Beach. It's a lively, delightfully unconventional vacation—and this video diary sure beats an ordinary photo album.
Author: Chris Heller
About This Series
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic