TBT – Where Two Worlds Meet

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One of the big rules of surfing in contests when I was a grom was length of ride. So I was taught to just beach it all costs.

The shorepound is a playground for the fool hardy and the experienced and it can be the source of distress for others. Personally, I love the feeling of free falling and then landing right onto the beach and running out of it.

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I like this sequence because of the two kids strolling along the beach and me turning away. Looks like I have room for a few more before banking it.

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About 1stpeaksteve

Welcome to The Side Wedge! The Side Wedge is a product of the journey through life of Steve Zima. Former professional surfer, a writer, surf coach, and hospitality manager. This is a collection of travel tips, motivation, and stories from my past. Finally, I offer surf coaching through The Side Wedge. Please feel free to contact me with questions if you want to improve your performance today! Thanks for reading!
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3 Responses to TBT – Where Two Worlds Meet

  1. mulletkiller says:

    Ah, the shorey and the full deck traction both bring back glorious as well as painful memories. Shoots Bru. #shellsimbeddedinrawchest

  2. The beach step off was a specialty of mine in OR!

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