Thursday, January 07, 2010

San'Oh No!


San'O is a timeless location. I'll bet that I can roll up in the year 2050 and see this exact image! Photo found by reader Keenfish, somewhere on Surfline.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Timeless San O. In fact the club should adopt this image as its new logo.

Alan_M said...

hopa!

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In 2050 everyone will be riding SUP alaia's. Except the retro movement that will be riding potato chip thrusters that are too small for anyone and result in spasm-like "surfing."

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