Logan : Ben : Woody N.S. Surf Crew.
p: phil taylor Nova Scotia surfing in the past has been pegged as slow moving mushy point breaks, and sub par beach breaks; well, is this the case? As for me
Nova Scotia has always been a place where I feel the possibilities are endless. Not until recently have these possibilities been found. I would say in the last few years the whole perception has changed, both as to what we can do and ride as surfers, and as to what world class waves we actually have. All this came with a few individuals that are paving the way for a new generation of surfers in Nova Scotia, and I have been privileged to be part of and take part in surfing and finding these new waves. Some of the surfers I have had the pleasure of becoming very close friends with and be mentored by are guys like Nico Manos and Neal Durling, and I’m sure there are a bunch of other guys out there that have had an influence on the way things are happening and the progression we are seeing in Nova Scotia. For me surfing is everything; there is nothing more for me as long as I am surfing I am the happiest person alive and I just happen to live in a place where surfing is new so it’s a whole different experience for me. We get to find new waves and different places to surf where people don’t even think there is surf, so it is exciting for me to wake up at 4:30 in the morning and go out. When people ask why I do it I usually answer them with it is because I love it, I love the unknown and what is possible and of recent we have started to document what we do for other people to see, and maybe they will think it is interesting and something will come of it, but if not, then to tell you the truth I don’t care I will continue to do this till I get too old to do it anymore. - Logan Landry -
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