Saturday, July 12, 2008

Schooled in the Shorey


In school damn near everything was concocted around the buddy system. They never left you alone. But with surfing I could go to the beach and not have to depend on anybody. I could take a wave and forget about it.
-Miklos Dora, Surf Guide 1963.

Wylin on David Rensin's new Dora-bio 'All for a Frew Perfect Waves,' look for copies in the shop soon.

Pic courtesy of Sir James Cook. maHAlo

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh!!! Miki. I miss the fella. He would pass through a bunch back in the days of legitimacy. Me an my guys always made sure he had his paperwork, he could go anywhere and never have any problems! Nowadays these kids run around like a bunch of tourists in the roman forum without a visa, looking for something their parents destroyed. We used to go to Max Fish to stay awake until the next hook, cause the lights were so bright! Nowadays its a fashion show for d list celebrities. R.I.P. the real NY. Miki was and always will be timeless, existence beyond age. We will never forget you. remember the time we broke night on liberty island! hahaha. god bless the guy.

Franco S. Boroughs said...

che cazzo cosi?!