Here are some shots of a wave called Impossible’s or known lovingly as “Posso’s” to the locals. Off the beaten track near Victoria’s famed West Coast. Posso’s is a great wave for experienced and beginner surfers (depending on the conditions of course).
We’ve recently gotten our Tumblr up and running, so send us your local break and we’ll put them up here and on our awesome Ola Tumblr! (Don’t worry all locations will remain secret! Unless you don’t mind a few more lady surfers at your break!)
~ Love Ola
A wave pool in the desert? Looks incredible, but I’m concerned about the environmental impact of something like this. I wonder how they re-fill the pool? Does it evaporate daily? Feel free to comment if you have any know-how about this or have an opinion.
I have a full time job which means two things
1) I can’t surf during the week
2) Weekend waves are usually packed with weekly workers just like me.
One of my best friends lives down the coast and is enjoying her university lifestyle. Every time I speak to her, she tells me how amazing her surf was that day. I’m happy for her, but I can’t help but feel like this:
Ever had this feeling?
Have you ever been in a wave pool? Or surfed on Flow Rider? For those who haven’t heard of it, a Flow Rider is an artificial wave that’s usually super expensive and with a line a mile long!
Or you can watch the lovely roxy ladies surf some delightful natural ripples.
So what’s better? An au natural wave or a man made tube?
Tell us your thoughts in the comments! 🙂
We understand the feeling. Once you start surfing it’s hard to think about much else!
Good luck on your surf journey Živa!
This is why Mal riding is awesome. You can surf even when it’s 1ft! These sessions are always super fun and there is rarely anyone else out there!
Oh how I miss St. Augustine, FL! Such an awesome sleepy surf town. Summer cruisin’ log style. Vids by Drew Miller, and congrats to Justin Q. for making the finals last week in Huntington.