“A MATURE MAN WILL NEVER REMAIN A HOT-DOGGER,” AND OTHER READINGS FROM THE BOOK OF SAM

Sam Reid was a New Jersey-born surfing pioneer who rode Malibu with Tom Blake in the 1920s, was befriended by the Kahanamoku brothers, and was the ranking lifeguard in Santa Cruz for decades. He is also recalled as surfing’s first outspoken “it was better back then” curmudgeon, a role he seems to have picked up…

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