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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 10:22 PM
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just curious...

does anyone's stance 'naturally' fall into a duck? do you naturally, or forcefully mimic your riding stance?
That's funny you ask that . . . I just spent a week visiting my family in Florida, and my brother commented on my duck surfing stance - I just naturally fell into it. He said "that's not the way to surf." But I snowboard more than I surf and wasn't really motivated to work on changing my stance to more of a surfing stance. And I had plenty of other things to work on . . .
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Like I said, you earn all your turns, not unlike a BC tour where you may only get 1 or 2 descents a day.

To me it is completely satisfying but days with good waves are just like chasing pow days. Even where it is good, it can be flat for days on end. The lack of infrastructure and disney type distractions also make it in some ways so much better than snowboarding, however good spots can get jam packed full of kooks.

true. I mean, even paddling around in flat water is more fun to waiting in lines for chairlifts to ride boring groomers...

I mean if you're comparing bad days to bad days is all...

I was just at san buena ventura today klinger...no surfing. just hanging with my dad fishin'

if a cat fucked a shark, the babies would be called women. snowklinger
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