From the Scrapbook #3

Just a few more random shots from various times and places:

My old keel hull.

My old keel hull.

This one is super old. This is my keel shaped by Ricky Carrol for myself and not one of Cheyne Horan’s boards. I think it was 5’6″.

R.C.'s

R.C.’s

On this day, I took my friends’ board for a spin and hit this little end section. Nothing spectacular…just a finish.

turns4Not very long ago. Just milking one in. I like the kids strolling on the beach.tooobssMe doing great at what I am worst at…pig dogging backside.

ps_2013_11_08___13_37_42A Cocoa Beach afternoon in the winter. The north swells are great. They clean up and wrap around the cape and the lefts peel for days.

DeerfriendMe and a “deer” friend.

You have to close out your blog with a corn dog joke!

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The Side Wedge is a product of the journey through life of Steve Zima. Former professional surfer, writer, and Operational Management specialist; this is an eclectic collection of travel tips, surf coaching, and stories from my past. I also spotlight music that moves me and world events. Thanks for reading!
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2 Responses to From the Scrapbook #3

  1. Jessica says:

    Nice! Awesome shots. You are impressive, Steve!

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