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body womp.

When St. Augustine is big and blown out, sometimes the best fun is playing in Vilano shorepound. (PS. The surfboard ridden by Ben Sitten, a cannibal corevac, didn’t break). httpv://

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With two tropical systems churning in the Atlantic (Danielle and Earl) Chris Ropero and I decided to head North to an island in New England. Other than the Patriots and Celtics, there in nothing I don’t love about this part of the United States. It’s absolutely beautiful. Right now, the weather is perfect. We are […]

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6 days/nights in java continued

Yesterday was the smallest day yet, which gave us an excellent opportunity to free dive and spear fish, my new friend Doug Gall brought a gun and I used this super busted Indonesian sling. Doug nailed a Travali, which is like a trigger fish but a lot bigger. The reef was loaded with with yellow […]

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Surf Shop Challenge

Yesterday Mike Pimental, Ryan Ripko, Eric Taylor, and myself competed for Surf Station at the Oakley Shop Challenge in NSB. Our team was solid, the waves were fun, and yet we came up 100 times short of our potential and failed to make the final. Mike P, NSB local, was shredding prior to our heat […]

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Willis Buckhorn's Fantastic Wax

The wax selection at the Surf Station is so diverse, sometimes it’s hard to choose. But at a dollar a bar, you don’t have to. Truly, you can have it all. httpv://

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Rise and Shine

The Rise and Shine surf clinic for girls was organized by Angela Miller and was held at Surf Station 2 in Crescent Beach. The ladies learned to surf in tiny, crystal clear peelers, had a tube riding contest, a fantastic lunch from Nalu’s, and then made dolls for orphans in Haiti. To learn more, visit […]

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Gentlemen loggers of St. Augustine rise early for some clean slides. Surfing by Chris Tincher, Tim Haire, Nick Collins and Jacob Hamilton. Videograph by Rachel

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Floridian Evening

Even when it’s tiny and onshore, there’s still nothing quite like surfing at home. The familiarity of colors, textures, sandbars and skylines make it irresistibly welcoming. httpv://

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Sea of the Free no. 234

Independence Day in the Nation’s Oldest — Surfing, explosions, flags and freedom. Chris Tincher and Tom Kiernan get a few cruises despite the chop and shoreline insanity. httpv://

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