Apr 24, 2012
Author: Malcolm Johnson
Toronto-based writer Lyndsie Bourgon has a piece about Nova Scotia surfing in the May 2012 issue of The Walrus. SBC Surf contributors Nico Manos, Scotty Sherin and Noah Cohen make appearances in the story.
"They park in the driveway of an abandoned summer mansion along the road. Behind the house, knee-high yellow grass ends abruptly at a rocky cliff. Jagged, stratified rocks lead toward the water, big brown steps into the ocean. Under those waves, which roll in three metres tall against the reef point, the rocks are just as sharp. 'We’re gonna get smoked,' says Manos, looking out over the coast."
Click here for the story, and here for Lyndsie's site.