Friday, July 31, 2020

SurfWriter Girls Celebrate Nine Years

Namaste to a New Beginning

Written by SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel

The number nine is revered in Hinduism because, as the highest single digit, it represents the end of a cycle and a new beginning. And, so it is with SurfWriter Girls, as we celebrate the ninth year of our blog and look forward to all the new stories we have to share with you.

Since writing the first SurfWriter Girls blog post on July 20, 2011, SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel have written 285 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 five years ago, we've been bringing you even more stories!

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

eXXpedition Sets Sail

Tony Soriano - Sharing the Stoke!

Women Making Waves

Surfrider Foundation Protects Coasts

Marie Tharp Mapped the Ocean's Depths

World Wildlife Day

The Magic of Ikigai

Mugging It Up Tiki Style

America's First Surfer - George Freeth

Cooking the Washoku Way

Hawaiian Shirts Brighten Our Day

Ben Aipa Shaping His Surfing Legacy

SurfWriter Girls Best Beach Books

SurfWriter Girls are excited about reaching this mystical milestone. "I can't wait to see what the next cycle brings," says Sunny. "Me, too," Patti agrees. "A new beginning is just what everyone needs now...with positive stories to uplift us."

Thanks to our followers worldwide for your support...especially the Surfrider Foundation Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter.

And to Patti's husband Greg Kishel, who's always ready to lend a hand, and doubles as our photographer, too!

Namaste to everyone. Let the new cycle begin! 

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