Jay Killvan Journalist
A hominidae appeared from nowhere and sprint paddled towards me as if we were in the Octagon. The yelling so aggressive and loud, I thought he was growing horns. This wasn’t going to end well.
Even after a lousy surf check and a few disturbing mishaps, faith was restored in the season on the eleventh hour. You just have to have a little trust in Spring.
Most of us claim to know the struggles of our environment, but it’s apparent we have no clue as to what our impact actually looks like on a day-to-day basis.
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- One Eyed Albino Fetal Shark Cut From Belly of Pregnant Dusky Shark
- Portfolio: Grégoire Gyselinck
- Pipeline Day 2: Slater Dominates, Durbidge Blows Eardrum
- Al and Ted’s Excellent Pipeline Adventures: Day Two
- Shark Cull Approved in Western Australia
- Kelly Slater Pulls Off Left Barrel at Sunset Beach, Triple Crown of Surfing
- 45 Minutes in Queensland
- From a Screen to a Handshake: The Great Pacific Instameet
- Sea and Song
- herbertcarmuse on Portfolio: Grégoire Gyselinck
- herbertcarmuse on Al and Ted’s Excellent Pipeline Adventures: Day Two
- rspkt on Shark Cull Approved in Western Australia
- jonnorodd on Shaping Our First Surfboard (on a Trip to Mexico)
- Mike Colacino on 6 Keys to Surviving the North Shore