FIVE broken boards and 12 stitches was the levy imposed by this wave upon Josie and Dylan Graves alongside Ale Moreda.
“It was the beginning of September, somewhere in Central America.” Said filmer, Michael Sander. “We’d been traveling all summer and wanted one last trip before we came back to Puerto Rico for hurricane season.”
“Josie and I had been to this wave before, and when we saw favorable conditions on the horizon we planned a quick strike. Five broken boards and 12 stitches later this is what we ended up with…”
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