Surfing

Siargao

Surfing Siargao

Pronounces “shar-gow,” this island and the people who live there blew me away. I loved it. Here’s where we stayed, what we did, and how we got there:

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New Zealand

Surfing New Zealand

I want to move to New Zealand.

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Bali

Bali

Bali was by far my favorite place that I have traveled to. I loved the people, the waves, the food, and the weather.

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Pre-Surf Energy Nuggets

Sometimes you just need a little energy boost before a surf session (or workout).  That’s where these babies come in.

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Our home break in San Clemente

My Women’s Spring Suit Picks for 2014

The water finally warmed up here and it is time to put away my 3/2 full suit. I love being able to feel the water when I’m surfing, and the freedom of not being covered with neoprene. Plus, my legs finally get some time in the sun!

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Sunset at Colorados

Nicaragua Surfari

Every year Miles and I do a surf trip to somewhere new. The reasons for this are:

  1. To surf.
  2. To surf.
  3. To go some place we’ve never been (this is important).

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How to Give Your Wetsuit an End-of-Season Cleaning

Summer in Southern California is over (but is it really?) and it is time to give those Spring suits a rinse before you hang them up for the Winter. Wetsuits can be a little tricky to clean because they are so “delicate” in some ways. You never want to put them through a washer/dryer cycle, and you don’t want to use any harsh cleaners. But what is the best way to give your spring suit a rinse with more than just fresh water before you retire it for the season? There are some wetsuit cleaning products on the market but they are usually pretty expensive.  This is what I have found to help get any smells out, and to help stop any mildew  that might grow on the off-season.

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