Thursday, August 23, 2018

SurfWriter Girls Celebrate Seven Years

Lucky Seven!

Written by SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel

Greek mathematician Pythagoras, the Father of Numbers, thought 7 was a special number that affects our lives in many ways – seven days in a week, seven colors in the rainbow, seven notes in a music scale. He wasn't alone. Seven is prominent in religion, science and literature. And gamblers, of course, just think that it's lucky.

That's good to know because for SurfWriter Girls it's our 7th year! Since writing our first blog post on July 20, 2011, SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel have written 240 feature stories about the people, places, events, organizations, and more that have an impact on the quality of life on our planet, whether it's the ocean, beach, environment or lifestyle. 

And, with the launch of our sister online publication Surf'n Beach Scene Magazine three years ago, we've been able to bring you even more stories!

Some of the stories we've shared with you this year include:

Women of Surfing: Art and History

Quiksilver – Back on Board!

Her Deepness Dr. Sylvia Earle

Two Movies That Shaped Surfing

CA Sea Otters – “We're Still Here”

Tsunami Watch Saves Lives

Ohana Day 2018

Say “No” To Straws!

Finding Kelly Slater's Wave

Women Making Waves 2018

Harbour Surfboards – Six Decades of Excellence!

Surf2Skate – Int’l Surfing Museum

Vans US Open of Surfing – 2018

SurfWriter Girls Best Beach Books 2018

Thanks to our followers worldwide for your support...especially the Surfrider Foundation Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter and Patti's husband Greg Kishel. We're excited to bring you more stories and to celebrate this Lucky Seven year with you! 

Sunny and Patti

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