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This should have been called the “Waves of Florida”. We had HUGE surf in Rhode Island but you wouldn’t have known it from this article.
Great photo spread of the waves/surf of Sandy. If you haven’t noticed though, the entire surf community in this region from Ocean Beach, Maryland up past Long Island is not just “in chaos” but has been decimated
Here’s a before/after of the Rockaway Beach, NY for one example: http://instagram.com/p/RbIJzWLPd5/ It’s just as bad and worse all over this region.
Right now people at our beaches have died, people are in shock, still recovering from losing everything, and a vibrant surf community/culture (just like your beach towns) that extends 300+miles up and down our cost is in tatters.
We’re gonna need all the support we can get to rebuild. Please try to bring attention to this one story with a focus that is a bit beyond the swell event.
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