East Coast Grooving With Noah Schweizer
Hurricanes and murky water playgrounds.
2017 was a tremulous year for the east coast of America. According to our highly credible source and (star of the above); New Smyrna-born Noah Schweizer (and a quick cross-check with a handful of weather-related articles online), the right side of the country experienced the highest number of severe storm events in a twelve month period since 1936. That’s gotta make for a decent amount of swell opportunities, yeah? Noah decided he’d go all Helen Hunt and chase down as many as possible. You know, to get them clipz.
“This year I tried to be there for as many storms as I could, from my hometown in New Smyrna Beach, FL to the Outer Banks of NC and all the way up to New Jersey for one of the early winter storms,” he explained alongside the link to his latest, Vol.2. “It was a good run of surf and whenever I can get good waves over there – nothing really compares to it.”
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