You can’t visit San Diego without going to see Bird Huffman at Bird’s Surf Shed. And that’s exactly what Niki Hurren and Joe Walsh did in this week’s episode of Get Out and SURF.
Located in a hidden Quonset hut on W. Morena Blvd, at the crossroads of Bay Park and Linda Vista, and within striking distance of every surf spot between Black’s Beach and Sunset Cliffs… welcome to Bird’s Surf Shed. Bird keeps over 1000 surfboards in the Shed, some of which are for sale, many of which you can ride if you just say please. Hear stories about the infamous local surfboard craftsmen of the area, the origin and resurgence of the fish, and the fine line between being a surfer and owning a surfing business. Thanks for listening, pura vida!
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This podcast is brought to you by Witch’s Rock Surf Camp.
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