It’s short for “no more crying, no more crying.” The acronym stands for “No More Crying, No More Tears. We’re the ones who need to cry!”
It’s been a long time coming. On a recent trip to our favorite beach in Vancouver, the only way from home was from downtown, which required a two-hour roundtrip at my expense if I had a car. When it came to taking the train, the commute was just 45 minutes, which means I could catch an early morning bike ride and spend that time in a great place with great surf and excellent views.
At the same time (or maybe just a few days earlier), I went to see what was on offer at the Great White Way, the only public surfing and surfing-like event in British Columbia.
I’m a bit of an over-sportswriter here at Surf Line, which means I spend a good bit of time in the surf, which makes this trip very special. With the opening of Great White Way and the opening of the new Great Western Highway this past summer, I knew this trip could be a must. I decided to set my watch by the hour to see if I could catch as many waves as possible.
It wasn’t easy. I saw a couple good waves and spent some time surfing, but when you think about getting out in waves like this, it doesn’t seem as fun as it sounds. I did manage to catch a quick wave from one of the big guys, though: a big-wave dude and his mate who just lost his leg (I’m still a bit shocked they didn’t cut each other’s shit off and just end up in a ditch next to a lake in the middle of the ocean).
The trip was filled with good weather which didn’t stop me from surfboarding around the beach all weekend. The waves weren’t as big as I would have liked but I did manage to hit a couple of really great surf spots. And as you can probably guess, I didn’t get much sleep on top of the two hours and 30 minutes of surfing, so I will have to do that later.
I had a great trip from Vancouver because:
There we were at Great White Way – the only public surfing and surfing-like event in British Columbia – and every day I learned more about waves as well as how to surf. The Great White Way is a great place to learn; I was able to see the waves on the big
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