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    book recomendations

    Heading on a well deserved surf trip without the family. Any book recommendations surf related? I'm notorious for falling asleep in a hammock but I'm usually good for a couple pages a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmycrab View Post
    Heading on a well deserved surf trip without the family. Any book recommendations surf related? I'm notorious for falling asleep in a hammock but I'm usually good for a couple pages a day.

    'Surf Is Where You Find It'
    or
    'Kook'
    or
    'Tapping the Source'
    or
    'In Search of Captain Zero'

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    Cool will look into those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    'Surf Is Where You Find It'
    or
    'Kook'
    or
    'Tapping the Source'
    or
    'In Search of Captain Zero'
    In searc hf Captain Zero is really good

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    Wasn't this exact same topic discussed in a thread last week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Wasn't this exact same topic discussed in a thread last week?
    Maybe.

    I hear "In Search of Captain Zero" is really good though.

    I prefer "Can't You Get Along With Anyone?"

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    I suppose another thread about good books isn't a bad thing. My most recent surf related read was The Wave by Susan Casey. Great book.

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    "all for a few perfect waves"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman View Post
    "all for a few perfect waves"
    I actually really did not enjoy this book, but maybe I just don't really enjoy the oral history format.

    In Search of Captain Zero, however, is tremendous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman View Post
    "all for a few perfect waves"
    2nd that. A great read; Couldn't put it down.

    Daring The Sea

    Surfing's Greatest Misadventures

    Tom Blake, The Uncommon Journey of a Pioneer Waterman

    Isaac's Storm

    Surfing The Great Lakes, P.L. Strazz

    Some Like It Cold