Crowd Strategy with Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora in 1970 – The two surf legends discuss disillusionment with surfing in John Severson’s film “Pacific Vibrations”

Crowd Strategy with Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora in 1970 – The two surf legends discuss disillusionment with surfing in John Severson’s film “Pacific Vibrations”

Hamilton suggests retreating to one of the thousands of islands in the Pacific and Dora charges that there will always be an empty lineup waiting for a surfer somewhere as long as that surfer possesses a desire for “adventure and excitement.

In the fifth section from Severson’s “Pacific Vibrations,” legends Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora talk about their strategies to avoid the throngs.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

Crowd Strategy with Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora in 1970   The two surf legends discuss disillusionment with surfing in John Seversons film Pacific Vibrations surf photo  Crowd Strategy with Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora in 1970   The two surf legends discuss disillusionment with surfing in John Seversons film Pacific Vibrations surf photo  Crowd Strategy with Bill Hamilton and Miki Dora in 1970   The two surf legends discuss disillusionment with surfing in John Seversons film Pacific Vibrations surf photo

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