His name is evocative of a method air - arguably the greatest one ever done, he is truly unlike anyone you will ever meet and the work he put in riding in the early years of his career shaped the foundation of snowboarding as we know it today. This week we talk Mt. Baker Hardcore, FGCH Crew, riding with no gloves, 1910, Schoph, art, camp quarantine, volcom, Lib, pro model boards, filming in the early days, riding motorcycles cross country, how to handle bad situations, family life and so much more. It's no question Jamie helped take snowboarding away from that ski vibe we were heading towards in the early days and brought us closer to skateboarding and did it in the most pivotal and important time possible. Lately there has been much debate as to whether snowboarding is a sport or an art form. Spend a day or even an hour someone like Jamie and the answer is as clear as day. This life we love is something very special, its art and so much more and to understand it you have to jump in head first and experience it for your self. The best way to do that is to spend some time listening to the words and understanding the way's of today's very special guest Jamie Lynn and we just happen to have 3.5 hours of the legend himself. Enjoy!