Month: July 2022

The Best Time To Visit Hawaii Depending On What You Want To Experience
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The Best Time To Visit Hawaii Depending On What You Want To Experience

Hawaii is a place where one can enjoy an exciting adventure anytime one visits. With so many lush forests, towering mountains, beautiful beaches, and scenic hiking trails, there is always something unique to do any time of the year. But while activities such as hiking, stargazing, attending a Luau, relaxing by a beach, visiting a […]

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Waimea Bay’s iconic Samurai house “not for sale” says owner as Jonah Hill expands North Shore property search to include $US7 million estate adjacent to softest wave on seven-mile miracle! – BeachGrit
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Waimea Bay’s iconic Samurai house “not for sale” says owner as Jonah Hill expands North Shore property search to include $US7 million estate adjacent to softest wave on seven-mile miracle! – BeachGrit

“With direct access to numerous world-class surf spots right out front, this property is an ocean enthusiast’s dream.” The owner of Waimea Bay’s Samurai House has squashed the rumour Hollywood funnyman and body positivist Jonah Hill had added the magnificent home to his collection of beachfront joints, which includes Hill’s epic new $15 million Malibu […]

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Honolulu City Council Race: Oahu’s North Shore Is Getting New Blood 
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Honolulu City Council Race: Oahu’s North Shore Is Getting New Blood 

With Honolulu Councilwoman Heidi Tsuneyoshi leaving office to run for governor, five candidates have lined up to replace her. And they all have something in common: none is a politician.  The first-time candidates include farmer and North Shore Neighborhood Board Vice-Chair Racquel Achiu, former city prosecutor Matt Weyer, big wave surfer Makuakai Rothman, Laie Community Association […]

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Code Red II Swell Hits California
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Code Red II Swell Hits California

Largest SSW swell of the season to date hits California this week Windows of favorable conditions for most of the coast Hurricane Estelle sends waves for the second half of the week The South Pacific’s largest export of the season has finally arrived in California. After delivering massive surf to Tahiti during the Code Red […]

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Vans US Open Of Surfing Arrives At Huntington Beach July 30-Aug 7 2022
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Vans US Open Of Surfing Arrives At Huntington Beach July 30-Aug 7 2022

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA — The Vans U.S. Open of Surfing is coming to Huntington Beach for the summer of 2022. The event organized by the World Surf League is slated for July 30 through Aug. 7 and this is the fourth surf event of the WSL season, now on the shores of Orange County. This […]

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Jackson Lebsack On Being Jamie O’Brien’s Personal Filmer
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Jackson Lebsack On Being Jamie O’Brien’s Personal Filmer

[embedded content] There’s no shortage of times we’ve pointed to Jamie O’Brien’s influence on the modern age of professional surfing. We’ve put a spotlight on him opening doors that previously didn’t exist for athletes more time than we can count — doors that are now a necessity for just about every marketable pro surfer on the […]

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Surf Journalist on epic quest to find mythical non-surfing World Surf League fan comes tantalizingly close, brushes Kelly Slater-induced glory in Amarillo, Texas! – BeachGrit
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Surf Journalist on epic quest to find mythical non-surfing World Surf League fan comes tantalizingly close, brushes Kelly Slater-induced glory in Amarillo, Texas! – BeachGrit

What might have been. Sharon, my deeply Texan Applebee’s bartender, early 50s with a drawl as thick as spun honey, straw-colored beehive piled high atop head and immaculate pink fingernails giggled when I opened my older model MacBook Air to continue documenting this most epic quest. I have two stickers affixed to its lid. One, […]

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“Burrito-gate” takes wild turn as the “illegal structure” surf supernova Kelly Slater erected on his North Shore property exclusively revealed! – BeachGrit
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“Burrito-gate” takes wild turn as the “illegal structure” surf supernova Kelly Slater erected on his North Shore property exclusively revealed! – BeachGrit

“New stuff has come to light.” Days ago, the internet exploded into a tizzy when it was revealed that the world’s greatest surfer Kelly Slater was placing one of his two North Shore, Oahu homes on the rental marketplace for $46,000 per month. Potential tenants feverishly checked bank accounts, cushions of couch, for a chance […]

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The 11 Best Beaches in California—and What’s Special About Each One
Surfing California

The 11 Best Beaches in California—and What’s Special About Each One

Please enter a valid email address… Thanks! The emails have been sent Thanks for Sharing!Now like us on Facebook No, thanksI’m already a PureWow fan. California has 840 miles of coastline that’s divided into a collection of sandy stretches and rounded coves that are as diverse as the state’s residents. Want to find one to […]

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Here’s What the Code Red 2 Swell Did to Malibu
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Here’s What the Code Red 2 Swell Did to Malibu

[embedded content] The Code Red 2 swell created a whole pile of waves when it made its way across the ocean. Tahiti blew up. Maui blew up. The Wedge blew up. And of course, Malibu was also in the mix. While it wasn’t huge, it certainly was bigger than normal. And that wave, when a […]

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