Surflife | Ceibon | Juan Bolivar

San Salvador City, El Salvador 1980’s Shot in the back—Juan’s father was killed while trying to cross the street as a gun battle raged between the U.S.-backed, government soldiers and the left-wing, (Soviet supported) guerrilla forces—during El Salvador’s bloody Civil War in which over 75,000 civilians lost their lives. Massacres and guerrilla attacks spread throughout the […]

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10 Reasons To Take A Surf Trip

Not That You Really Need Any Convincing At All. You work harder than a one-legged Sherpa during climbing season in the Himalayas.  So you decide to tell your non-surfing boss that you need some time off to go surfing—like a boss.   Your boss responds, “If I give you time off to go surfing, then […]

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Reform Life | Ryan Minarik

“Stop making goals.  Instead put your dreams on the horizon and chase them every day.  You’ll find a new meaning of success.” Ryan Minarik used to have a corporate job full of meetings, schedules, and deadlines.  As a sophomore at Arizona State University, he founded an audio brand called, BOOM by Polk.  Being the lead […]

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Surflife | Rylee Owens

Charge after your dreams even if it seems tough.  That’s what Rylee Owens tells the group of local young girls she mentors; that’s what she does in her own life.  Growing up in Texas, Rylee would occasionally skip school so she could surf the Gulf of Mexico and it was there that surfing caught its […]

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Anza-Borrego

California is a creative, kooky place.  The desert heat can warp minds and bend imagination.  Twisted metal life forms of artist Ricardo Breceda.

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Surflife | Sean Robison

“For me, surfing is all about connection. No matter what is going on in my life, when I’m out there bobbing in the waves I feel connected to the Earth. It’s really the total package for Earthly connection. It can be social. It allows you to walk away covered in salt and sand (Earth). It […]

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