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Sunday, August 03, 2003


the cove at palos verdes My brother and his buddies took me surfing at the cove in the morning, skateboarding in Los Angeles after dark (for practice), then nightsurfing in Malibu for my last night in Southern California as a bachelor.

Five foot swells rolling in over 70 yards... phosphorescent algae made the water glow as dolphins played nearby and dudes yahooed all night in the dark.

I'll remember being surfed by the waves that day, and standing up for a look around, listening to birds and the whitewash behind me.

Ahh, surfing.

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