A Word from the Chief Editor • The Surf Blurb T-Shirt
Jeremy Lemarie, Chief Editor
I am pleased to tell you that the official Surf Blurb T-Shirt is now available for purchase.
After looking for different designs and qualities, I came up with this model.
It's quite simple, but I think simpler is better.
This unisex T-shirt is the first Surf Blurb apparel for women and men. It is easy and breezy with a semi-fitted v-neck to complement any surf collection. A classic staple that everyone should own.
Comes pre-shrunk so the fit won't change over time and multiple washes.
100% cotton (heather colors have 10% polyester); Pre-shrunk; V-neck collar; Double-stitched sleeve and bottom hem.
For pricing, shipping, and purchasing, go to:
Surf-Board Riding, Waikiki, 1931 • Stanley Rodgers
Geoff Cater, founder of www.surfresearch.com.au
License Plate • We Surf
Manny Gratz, enthusiastic contributor
This is art work hanging in a new Restaurant/Inn in Narragasett, Rhode Island, called, "Chair 5".
Fun place with a great view. https://www.dinechair5.com
Movie • Sight Sound (2011)
TheSurfNetwork, the largest collection of surf video online
One shark breach at Trestles, and one surfer bumped in Huntington Beach [Surfline.com]
Notes from the Chief Editor: On the issue of sharks, the Surf Blurb featured many solutions over the months. Here are two below:
U.S. surfers recall adventure of riding Moncton's 'tiny' tidal bore in 1967 [CBC News]
Notes from the Chief Editor: Please note that it is difficult to verify this news. Here is another link below.
How did Polynesian wayfinders navigate the Pacific Ocean? by Alan Tamayose and Shantell De Silva [TED ED]
Like riding a bike on water - Manta5 Hydrofoil bike
The past and future of skateboarding. Featuring Jamie O'Brien. SwellTech SurfSkate: Paradigm Shift.