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la jolla beach life in the 50s, 60s, 70s
October 7, 2018 by Albert 2 Comments
Rick Derrickson says
August 3, 2020 at 2:25 am
Mike, is anyone from the old La Jolla days interested in a beautiful curved stringer AJ board that was the only board Andy brought from La Jolla when he moved to Hawaii? He had Randy Rarick restore it after a rare AJ gun sold at the Hawaiian Surf Auction years back. Andy gave me the board when he suddenly had to move from Hawaii to Arizona and then he passed away. Andy was very involved in the boating and marine industry in Hawaii and a great guy. I’ve heard many stories about the old La Jolla Days but now come to appreciate how AJ may have fit into the early SoCal surf scene. I was stoked to read about how the board that you helped send to Vietnam was an actually an AJ ,which of course later influenced the surf portion of the movie. I’d love this board to go to a surfer/collector who appreciates La Jolla surf history. Aloha, Rick Derrickson. Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii
Michael Okey says
April 29, 2019 at 1:38 pm
This photo was taken after the 1938 paddle board race around Oceanside pier, which he won.
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