Since there is no other threads to read about the actual act of, I decided to start one. I have no idea what about so I'm just going to start rambling. If you don't like my song try writing your own. I went surfing these last two days in waist high peeling for days type of waves ridden on a log. The longboard is not my usual vehicle of choice in the winter. Walking to the nose is clunky for me in booties and winter suits and I find I can't make it back to the tail without that loss of balance that you end up over compensating for and falling of. But i hadn't surfed in a month and the waves by me were LB waves so ther you go. I had some sweet rides with backside fades into front side bottom turns. and did get to the nose on a few. I have a new suit booties and gloves so I've lost one more excuse on why i don't surf when the bay is frozen over. No leash needed either. My favorite part today was as I was heading towards the next section I had options. I could let it get ahead of me and then get around it into another nose ride in the pocket or float the lip into the next section. I was floating the lip every time. Floaters on long boards are just terrific fun if you never done it. You wobble in weightlessness for a second and come down into the next section with all kinds of momentum and that speed gives all kinds of choices on your next move. And if you don't make it there is no way to eat it that is more fun. So for 2 days I fed the need and now I'm sitting at my desk with a cup of soup and im ready to cram 12 hrs work into about 6 hours. If you've been surfing lately talk story here. Give surfing folks who sit in front of a computer for work all day something to read about the act of surfing when they want to take a break from whatever it is they are doing.