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Oregon is Thankful for Surf

Stay Wild

This past Thanksgiving weekend Oregon was graced with truly epic surf conditions: no wind, direct sunlight , and a huge swell!

Check out these photos and tiny story from Pete Lewis.

"The original plan was to head North to Vancouver Island to catch some early winter swell on a certain right hand boulder point. However, the swell forecast didn't look like it was going to hit until Sunday. Plan B was Northern California but the more I looked at the charts, it made more and more sense to stay closer to home. I took my first Thanksgiving off work in a decade, bailed on the family and loaded up the Dodge California Comfort with a 6'2" and 6'10" and made for Oregon's central coast with a couple of friends. We were greeted by offshore winds and perfect waves from the get go. There was something for everyone. From Logable two footers to twenty-five foot plus bombs charged by Australian Pro Jamie Mitchell. We burned through less than a tank of gas and scored the best run of waves in recent memory with minimal crowds. Don't go thinking Oregon is like this all the time and if you do roll the dice in this part of the world, respect the locals that have been doing it a lot longer than you. Thankful and lucky."


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