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June 09, 2014


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Go Tomas. He wins 'charger of the day' award on Saturday.
There wasn't an incoming swell that he didn't consider catching!

Mike, glad u guys scored-I was lucky also,with a solo cup session in overhead barrels Friday.Saw a show on tv called what'SUP,with Laird,Robby,Jerry Lopez,etc.The idea was expressed that all sup-ers should first learn to surf before taking the big sticks into the surf.What say you,men of the paddle? Peace BB

That's an interesting idea that we men of the paddle should first learn to surf conventional boards. And generous of people who live in watersport land to suggest it. Of course the reason many of us are on SUP boards is that we don't need to learn to surf conventional boards in order to surf SUPs. Logically speaking it seems to me that learning to surf SUP boards first, and THEN learning to surf conventional surf boards makes more sense. I'd like to recommend that to the surfing community. It would create more surfers.

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