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A song I wrote in 2003. Seems fitting now. Needed to warm up the vocals but you get the picture. Tagging these people for some type of original song! @anderson._paak @jackjohnson @johncruzmusic @pfunklove @ronartisii @lukasnelsonofficial @lilycornellsilver @oliviajames611 (with dad and sister on her original song).
Who cares about wave pools? Kelly Slater, stop everything and drop an E.P. already! The surfing G.O.A.T is using this time of isolation to show off his songwriting skills, and he’s not half bad. I suppose it helps when you’ve got a pal like Jack Johnson to practice with. So, if you’re feeling down with the recent world events, do yourself a favor and soak in four minutes of Slater’s melodious voice. Slater gets you.
Need an extra dose of relaxation? Watch him jam with Jack Johnson
Ignoring the California Parks Department's closure of San Onofre State Beach, several surfers yesterday risked the government and the public's ire to catch some waves at Lower Trestles. Evidently, one of them made the trip in a boat, which seems like a pretty good idea: Angry onlookers yelling at you from the beach? Hop in your boat and head for international waters. RELATED: Stay Stoked- Your Guide to TGR's Best Content Unfortunately, the boat wasn't content with merely watching the action.
San Diego County reopened many of its beaches for recreation at sunrise on Monday, lifting restrictions on swimmers, surfers, kayakers and paddle-boarders, but continuing to prohibit boating. Less than an hour after the restrictions were lifted, Pacific Beach was already crowded with surfers looking to catch what we're going to charitably assume was their first wave in weeks. RELATED: Stay Stoked- Your Guide to TGR's Best Content Active recreation is allowed at the reopened beaches, but
San Diego surfers will be delighted to hear that surfing is now allowed, as long as social distancing practices are followed. Wikipedia photo. Beaches all throughout California have been closed for most of April due to COVID-19, and it hasn’t been easy. It’s meant zero surfing, strolling along the water, or relaxing in the sand. Some surfers have even gone to great lengths to dodge cops for an early morning wave. But with the curve starting to level out in California, San