Glen Walsh

surf instructor

Glen Walsh on KCRW

The record storms that pummeled California were a boon to surfers, who have been riding massive waves that they haven’t seen in years.

For CA surfers, recent storms bring colossal waves but poor water quality

The record storms that pummeled California were a boon to surfers, who have been riding massive waves that they haven’t seen in years.

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