Let's say you had the means to pick up everything you owned and move to some new location on planet Earth. Then one day your neighbor's dog pooped in your yard, you got dumped, you were forced to buy insurance ,prohibited from buying your favorite 32 oz diet fanta or something else happened to make you say, "F it, I'm out".
Where in the world would you go?
I've thought about this before and quality of surf is always a consideration, not at the top, but in there. Personal freedom, free economies, cost and quality of living, etc. are things I think about.
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Where would you go?
May 30, 2013, 08:40 PM #2
i'd by a sail boat and go everywhere
May 30, 2013, 09:12 PM #4
I'd go to New Zealand and build a tree fort out of RS's wooden yacts and live off the land.
May 30, 2013, 09:54 PM #6
May 30, 2013, 09:19 PM #7
Seal Beach, CA.
I love that place. **** CA economics - I'm talking fresh avocados, fun waves and a cool local vibe. Rick Harbour's shop is right on Main Street, so I would be riding San-O & Banana models for the rest of my life (no shipping). Plus, his shop is right next to an awesome Irish bar. A short drive away from all the cool & tough SoCal spots and just far enough away from LA to avoid the smog and traffic. Venice Beach is really my favorite spot, but obviously way too congested for daily living. Seal Beach kind of reminds me of CB. Super chill and a really nice local vibe. Definitely a cool place to hit on your next California trip.
anywhere near the poles, no crowds, perfect waves, beautiful scenery so Norway, Russia, Iceland, Vancouver or Nova Scotia
Vancouver, Nova Scotia and Iceland are on my lists, too. I want to surf Norway but I don't know aboot living there. Also, on ze list Pacific Northwest(Northern California, Oregon and Washington) and.....and Ireland.
Man, I could go for some good reading about Northern California surf adventuring. Matt George did a nice feature in SURFER many moons ago. It was called The Long Road Home....or something like that. Ahhh, back in the day when surf scribes could take you away from New Jersey, and take you on the journey. That don't happen anymore
Why didn't Dave Parmenter ever start writing books? That dude can friggin write. Real smart SOB. I miss that dude.
Oh Mr. Swellinfo Guy, sorry aboot the Camden thing I was just messing around. Guess I went too far. Won't happen again. Sorry.