appendix: plans and specifications
I got your new email address in the mailing list. Let me know if you do not get the Surf Blurb.
Thank you for your concern, I did get the Surf Blurb on Tuesday.
For some reason I did something that terminated my registration so reset it with the same email address.
As noted in my last email, since new year I have added a substantial number of accounts of surfing, of varying quality, to my source documents menu.
l have pasted a full list of the menu links below.
I am aware that this is a considerable amount of material, so please examine at your leisure and use what you think maybe of most interest to Surf Blurbers.
Some of these are trivial, mostly the fiction.
I think that many of the entries that include illustrations or photographs have not been previous identified.
Personally, I consider the account of "surfboard" riding in the Solomon Islands by Sidney Shurcliff in 1930 to be important, further evidence that surf-riding was not confined to Polynesia.