Kimball Taylor

Senior Writer, SURFER Magazine

7.27.10

Features

On Falling

Photos by Masters, Brown, Aeder, Joli In 1964, Robert August, Mike Hynson, and Bruce Brown landed in Tahiti to film for The Endless Summer. By that late date, the island’s Polynesian surfing tradition had been extinct for nearly 200 years. Feverish British missionaries, skating in on the heels of Captain Cook’s 1769 arrival, put an […]

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7.22.10

Features

A Searching And Fearless Moral Inventory

Thirty-seven-year-old big-wave champion Darryl “Flea” Virostko and I stood on a cliff above the grey North Pacific. The wind howled. The surf spot we’d come to check folded in upon itself far below us. Flea unburied his golf bag from the bed of his battered Toyota Tundra. Just couple of years old, it belched white […]

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7.1.10

Environmental News

Navarre’s Last Session

Most Pensacola surfers drove the 15 miles down to Navarre yesterday, because there’s a couple of good banks at the pier and the oil had yet to hit there. Pensacola was already covered. Apparently, in the past, Navarre wasn’t visited much. But the oil situation packed the lineup. The fact that black tar wasn’t visible, […]

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6.29.10

Environmental News

Dispatch from the Gulf

Monday morning I attended a conference on renewable energy in the Florida state capital building. The room normally filled with legislators was filled with interested citizens, academics, and lobbyists. The idea was to get Florida on a path toward running on renewable energy. It was an interesting scene because this conference could have happened any […]

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2.27.87

Features

The 20-Year Surf Trip

A Slight Overstay In San Diego, California

A slight overstay in San Diego, California.

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