A Surfer’s Thanksgiving

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by Daniel Brett Photo by Ru Hill  1. Wipeouts One of antiquities most celebrated minds once coined the phrase “know thyself.” Although Socrates was evidently a prodigious mind surfer the facts surrounding whether he was partial to getting barreled remain muddy. What is clear is this: within the realm of human existence there are only… Read more »

Your Comfort Zone Needs Stretching

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Words by Mat Arney & Images courtesy of Surfer Magazine,  A Rose Beyond The Thames & Stafford/SPL/Transworld Surf Your comfort zone has a lot to answer for.  How many times, for instance, has your alarm clock gone off in the dark of the early morning only for you to roll over and opt to remain in the warm… Read more »

The Best Surfer In The Water Is…

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There’s a old cliche which says that the best surfer in the water is the one having the most fun. It’s interesting that this summarizes two completely opposite points of view without moving so much as a comma. I don’t know who said it first but I’m pretty sure they were implying that the goal… Read more »

A Slippery Slope to Simply Surfing

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Words & photographs by Mat Arney – Mat is a former Surf Simply coach, a surf travel writer and photographer, author of the ‘An Tor De Morth’ blog and last, but by no means least, a school teach. To see more of Mat’s beautiful photography check out www.matarney.com. Oh dear. What have you gone and… Read more »