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I wish I had balance and could surf

Discussion in 'Off Topic Posts' started by cda, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. Ace20

    Ace20 Registered User

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    Practice makes perfect. I used to have no balance. After spending a month on an Island somewhere in Asia, I had surfing lessons daily, until I learned how to balance on the surfboard and conquer the waves.
     
  2. William Clements

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    If you have the will, one day you will definitely learn to balance and be a good surfer
     
  3. ADAguy

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    Cape St Francis eat your heart out. I rode Big Wednesday of 67' at Rincon, a day I will never forget on my 9'-1" Bing Karma.
     

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