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Crazy Oahu Trades

by on Thursday 19th November, 2009   9338 Views

SWELL finally arrived for the North Shore on Wednesday, Nov 18th, but unfortunately the seasonal trade winds continued to blow as forecasted. It wasn’t epic North Shore madness but it beat wandering around Foodland wondering at the cost of a loaf of bread.

Mason Ho, Nat Young, and Gavin Beschen weathered the storm and managed to find a few gems in bigger but still blustery conditions.

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