Hmmm... just for the record... Dale Webster is one of the nicest, sweetest, humble guys you could ever meet. He wasn't doing this for any records... he just decided one day, for personal reasons that he wanted to surf on a really crappy day. And it made him forget about his problems that day. And so he did it again the next day. Then 28 years later...
He really is such a nice guy man... Dale is the surfer we should all want to be, attitude wise.
Oh, and going out every day in Bodega Bay? Wow...
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Thread: How often?
Nov 9, 2009, 10:01 PM #11
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Nov 9, 2009, 10:17 PM #13
I could never keep tickie marks on a calander for my wife to use against me.
She would not be too stoked when she realizes that I surf 5 to 7 days a week....every week.(providing there is swell of course).
I mean, I'm sure that she is aware that I surf almost every day but that would be for sure rubbing her face in it.
Not cool for me...
Nov 10, 2009, 01:45 AM #14Member
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I don't think its as bogus as some of you think it is to keep a log.
I remember some guy in a surf movie was talking about it, can't remember the movie but he made a good point. He mentioned something like this, If you do keep a log, it really helps on remebering certain swells then just getting them all mixed together as the years go on. Like jot down size, break, date and people you where with or not.
Makes for a good flashback I guess. I haven't done it personally, but maybe one day I'll get to it.