Surfing in the surf is one of the few things in life that people are willing to share, but surfing in the ocean is often a lonely, lonely place.
That’s what this article is all about.
I’ll tell you why the West has a big problem with surfing in its waters, and the solutions I have come up with for the West’s surf culture are the ones that have been implemented most effectively, to the benefit of everyone who loves surfing.
Surfing on a wave can be an intimate, intimate experience, so it’s important to take care of yourself and your surroundings, whether you’re surfing on a surfboard or surfing in a kayak.
Surfers should also make sure that they’re prepared to handle rough conditions when the wind’s blowing.
It’s a tough thing to do.
Surfers shouldn’t have to resort to paddling and kayaking just to make it out of the water.
Surfliners should have a safe and serene place to land, be picked up by another surfer, and have their gear washed and dried.
Surfs should also know the rules of the ocean and respect the coast.
When it comes to getting off the wave, everyone’s going to have to share the water, so make sure you know how to get off the board before you hit the water or dive in.
It can be a lot of fun, but don’t forget to be mindful of how you behave and respect everyone around you.
I hope this article has made you feel a bit more at ease about the challenges that surfers face in the West, and maybe even a little bit more adventurous about exploring your own wave.
I’d like to hear from you.
Please leave a comment or email me at [email protected] with any questions.
And don’t miss out on the next chapter of the Lad Bible: Surf’s Up!