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... you to succeed in standing up since they are large and extra floaty. Every time I come back from Hawaii I vow to continue my surfing back home in New England but I have to say our water temps are a turn off for me (I’m wimpy about freezing water—I think a wetsuit would be in order)! But if I ever want to reach my goal of being able to eventually ride a 6’6” short board I’ll have to find a way to keep doing it regularly. I already have my eye on ...
... also went to the prop department for the movies.
Tomorrow we fly to New York, very excited, although a little sad to leave California, we have had a SWELL time here. Will be nice to have a little cooler weather though. Tammy x
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... we were in the film as supposed to viewing from a distance. Then we went on the Jurassic Park ride where we were surrounded by dinosaurs and almost eaten before getting drenched after going down an 84 foot vertical water flume. We then were privileged to go on a Studio Tour, and were taken to the working movie studio. We visited 13 city blocks on four acres of studio space, created by Steven Spielberg, where many western films have been filmed. We then were taken to ...
... into the seat gap between us. "The sutra of the bequeathed teachings of the Buddha". I am reading Mo-ho Chi Kuan or 'the Great Stopping and Seeing’. (500 AD) It all comes down to that of course. Stopping. Then seeing.
I picked it up and read it as he slept.
When he awoke, I held up his book and smiled. He nodded and I kept reading. We attempted to converse a little, but his English was minimal and ...