When I said surfing’s history was important I meant it. That and you always seemed to be able to get the clowns back in the car/the monkeys back in their cage when this place went off the rails. Good times Hopefully someday soon I’ll make it to the islands. I want to visit and learn more about cultural sites and history so I’d love some help getting pointed in the right direction .
What I've discovered over the decades is that the Bu has brief windows of pure magic. The best surfs of my life have all been there. Now days, since I don't mind surfing small waves, I can still find them. I haven't been there this summer with the virus and all. The beaches have gotten way more crowded but I imagine (hope) BU is already saturated....
hey im looking into getting a honey badger, i saw your post about it.what do you typically take it out in. seems like a good mid for anything you throw at it (with a reasonable mindset) my plan is to just keep one of these at my parents in north orange county so i dont have to travel with any boards, will it surf 1 waist high waves as well as overhead?
im looking at a 6'8 with a twinzer or single option