16 October 2011

Home Break Closeouts—The Gift that Keeps on Giving

9 Comments:

At 10/16/11, 10:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. your smile seems very large, or is it the camera angle? ;)

2. it was a close out swell that ended with FLAT...all the way down here!

LSORO

 
At 10/16/11, 10:53 PM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Oh, I'm cracking up . . . as usual. I learned how to surf in those closeouts. I know how to spot them. So I always smile when I can surf them without getting clobbered.

Cheers, LSORO!!

 
At 10/17/11, 12:36 AM, Blogger MF said...

At least you have green water and are getting wet! Brown, smelly inlet water, low morning tides and too much rain still messing up our local break. Bring on summer! Even with the onshores, it's gotta be better than this.

 
At 10/17/11, 6:13 AM, Blogger pabs said...

Hey now...you should try to pull off a lip drop on one of those beauties!

 
At 10/17/11, 6:24 AM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Oh, I do!! There are loads of pictures of the board washing ashore without me.

 
At 10/17/11, 11:33 AM, Blogger Surfing Grandma of OC said...

It would be too bumpy and I would have been tossed off the board by now. LOL...But I still would have surfed it too! Or at least tried to!

 
At 10/18/11, 6:21 AM, Blogger yo said...

if you were on a ply paipo, you'd be inside, DEEP! betcha we could still see that great smile?

LSORO
oh, and i never see a smile that big in your skate photos?

 
At 10/18/11, 6:57 AM, Blogger Surfsister said...

I'm starting to smile when I skate. I'm no longer in fear of falling every minute. Hit the skatepark yesterday. No fear of falling and almost hit the coping in a smaller bowl. That made me smile.

 
At 10/18/11, 7:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

right on...skate sister!

LSORO

 

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