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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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I found this awesome surfer!!!! - He is really good for his age, which is 13. His name is Alex Cooksey. I talked to him a little while and he told me his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org This kid can rip!!!!
Brasilian Surfboards - I represent some of the best surf companies and shapers in Brasil.I'm loking for someone to be my representative in California or any contact in surfshop. We just work with the best material in the market and the price is very competitive because of our currency is depreciate. Tks, Eilon.
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Surfing in North America - I was born and raised in Southern California, and have surfed all over this country, on the East Coast, the West Coast, and Hawaii. If you live outside the USA and are looking for good surf, go to Hawaii or Mexico. The surf gets good in the USA, but not nearly as often as Hawaii. Spend the money and go to the Aloha state. California is fun, and the girls are great, but it is expensive and the winds blow onshore 90% of the time. All the good photos you see of California are taken in the morning before the wind comes up (around 11:00am) or in the late summer evening when (if) the wind dies down. If it weren't for that danged onshore wind that bombards us 90% of the time, California would be surf heaven, one step behind Hawaii or Australia. But, of course, the wind has to ruin the surf. That's coming from a Californian who was spoiled by spending too much time in Hawaii where (This may sound untrue, but check for yourself) three out of four coasts have offshore winds, and a swell from any direction can, and often does, wrap around the whole island. If God lives on earth, it's in Hawaii.
CA - GOOD SURF
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