Bound By Sea—Coming Soon!
By now many of you have seen the FB page for Bound By Sea and some of you may have seen the web-site and trailer. If you haven’t seen them you can check them out by going to www.boundbysea.com There you can see the extended preview, meet the director and videographer and learn a little about the making of this documentary. I am still in shock that we were able to, not just surf, but put on charitable surf camps in all 4 Oceans of the world. I’m more shocked that my 9 year old daughter was able to enjoy this experience with me. Now that it’s over I reflect on our travels, experiences, and photos. No doubt this year took a physical toll on all of us, especially Gabby, but she talks about how much fun she had a long the way. I am looking forward to seeing her in the documentary. She has been a great addition to the charity we do, and she shined as we worked with disadvantaged children throughout the world. I can’t wait to see her shining and inspiring in Bound By Sea.
Gabby and I have talked at length about the upcoming year. Both of us look forward to India in April, but also look forward to a slower pace, spending more time at home and with the family. We both are anxious to work hard here at home at our surf camps in Wrightsville Beach, Oak Island, Carolina Beach and Topsail Island. We look forward to the surf lessons right here at the Surf Club at Access #10. We look forward to the smiling faces of the children learning to surf for the first time. We look forward to showing those kids in our charity surf camps that not only can they surf, they can do anything! Traveling is great, Gabby and I really enjoyed that time together on the road, but being at home is great too!
Here’s to an Indo Jax summer right here at home.
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