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    No waves ? No problem - make some.....


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    love this video. Can't help but wonder what happened to the beach after though......

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    from the youtube comments


    Ok before any one rants again, the water is coming from a stream near the beach that backs up with water every year. The nature of the waves coming in causes the sand to become a natural damn. The people in the video simply linked the backed up stream to the ocean. The little rapids they make only last for an hour and the beach sand recovers in no time at all. All this information was in another video of theirs.

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    Thought that might be the case. Still pretty cool. If i could surf i'd like to try something like this.



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