Surfing

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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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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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. ┬áThis is what I have found to help get any smells out, and to help stop any mildew ┬áthat might grow on the off-season.

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