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List of locals & surfers including: Sea Ghost, Fi-Fi, Chuck, Scary Larry, Kahuna, Long Willy, Rager
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Surf gear
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Guest columns on local news
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Hey, teach your dog to read

Virtual Photo Tours
beacon's beach Beacon's to Grandview
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Beacon's to Stone Steps & Moonlight
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1,000 Beacon's Sunsets

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Pacific Ocean fishing
beacon's beach Fishing equipment: rods, reels, hooks to catch fish
beacon's beach List of fish you can catch: bass, halibut, perch and more
beacon's beach How to tell a Beacon's local fisherman
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Other local surf breaks
beacon's beach Grandview Tribe
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beacon's beach History of Swami's 
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Local Beaches List

Local Business
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Surfing links
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Beacon's stories
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Comments
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Misc. Beacon's stuff
beacon's beach How Beaconís got its name, locals, crop circles, surf pictures, surfing trips, the lineup, pelicans & map
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Two Stroke... Goin' Left (surprise).

Two Stroke going, surprise, left... about ready to hang 10 over the nose.

The new guy in the line up said, "Gawd, that guy catches a lot of waves... What is his name?"

"It's Bob, but I call him Two Stroke," I replied.

"Why do you call him that?"

"Over the years, I have frequently watched Two Stroke catch wave after wave on his 9' 2". He tells me he has hollow bones on his 150 pound frame and that allowed him to catch waves easily. But it really was that he had great wave knowledge and knew where to sit in the lineup."

At 47, Two Stroke was in the shape of a 30 year old. He had been a waterman all his life, and taught grade school, full time.

He was another one of those effortless surfers. On the bigger waves, he could just point and go. I remember on a small wave day, he just turned, stroked a couple of times and stood up. When he paddled back to the line up, I told him that I couldn't believe that he caught that one foot wave with just two strokes. And with that, I named him "Two Stroke." 

Two Stroke reciprocated and called me Three Stroke. But in all reality, I was closer to fifty strokes than to three strokes.

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