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February 16, 2010


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allot of people have paid the ultimate price here, Mike, these guys have big you know whats! CD

Isn't this one of the most dangerous places to surf. From what I have seen on documentaries it has one of the most dangerous drop zones - sheer cliff!

Whoa! Amazing waves huh! Very huge and scary. Yeah have heard about Mavericks waves and I don't think I am going to try surfing there haha.

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    "It's good to have a shredmobile" my friend Caldwell said, so I made one. It's a Ford E150 cargo van done up with lumber and k-mart plastic boxes.