Jalama Magazine

 

19. The Malloy Brothers, California’s First Family of Surfing

California’s surfing family, the Malloys, have been all over the surfing spectrum. Competition heathens, career film makers, high amplitude video segments, big wave hell-men, cold water voyagers, eco-minded spokesmen, are all apt description of the brothers Malloy. In short: Chris, [...]

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Ranch Recollections

 When I was a young kid, my parents would visit with a family who owned a large, coastal, working cattle ranch which was north of Santa Barbara. It was called the Hollister Ranch. I recall riding the dirt roads, shooting [...]

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Humble Pie served up Cold

Up north of Point Conception, past where So  -Cal ends and Central California begins, surfing is a different world. Chillier, more rugged and challenging, it toughens you up and teaches you lessons you will never learn at Malibu, Huntington or [...]

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