. . . is very special. The water is in the upper 30’s (F), the wind usually intensifies as the set approaches, you have to measure each wave carefully because if that cold water ends up getting driven under your hood you can get physically sick. The surfers out there in the cold know how to surf and the “attitudes” of summer have melted away to be replaced by respect for the other guy. You don’t have to prove anything. The fact that you’re out there says it all.

Winter Surfing in Rhode Island . . .

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