Monthly Archives: September 2010


It is our perpetual yearning to overcome difficulties and danger, to see the hidden things, to penetrate into the regions outside our beaten track – it is the call of the unknown – the longing for the land of Beyond, … Continue reading

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Hierarchy or Heist

One day Cain laid down and bought a stand up paddle (SUP) board.  Some say that it was the years of being traumatized by overzealous paddlers in Hawaii that caused it, but I’m not sure.   Maybe he just gave up … Continue reading

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Why do we surf? A matter that ad campaigns won’t settle

Surfing is the most ephemeral of sports. Research has shown that only around 4% of a surf session is spent riding waves.1 That percentage dwindles further when one also calculates the time spent waiting for the right swell, searching for … Continue reading

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