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Great article- Bob Holland RIP

Topday Icame across your excellent article. You are "on it" Mr. Ferebee and you brought up some points that I never knew. Generations are truly passing by. I remember feeling so welcome when I could watch the Redskin games with Pete Smith at Smith & Holland Surf Shop. I came back to VA Beach for my 40th high school reunion a few years back and hardly recognized the oceanfront. Yes, things change. But the values and joy I've gained travelling through life surfing have always been there in earlier generations of surfers than mine. This post is in honor of Bob Holland who passed this week at age 88. RIP

Dave LaRose 121 days ago

Butch Maloney, an icon surfer of Va beach, va, you failed in researching an not interviewing a real surfer!!!

A good article just missing a interview, you missed some great stories.

cecil myers more than 2 years ago

Butch Maloney, an icon surfer of Va beach, va, you failed in researching an not interviewing a real surfer!!!

A good article just missing a interview, you missed some great stories.

cecil myers more than 2 years ago

Early Va. Beach surfing

Enjoyed article. Actually remember calling Pete Smith, (who did not know me) off a nice right on the south side of the wooden pier and recall his surprise at the hodad screaming in from his left. Also remember the sea lice at that location. Now live in New England, still surf a little and started SUP recently. Granby High and ODU graduate. Will be looking for the book. Best Wishes, Jim Isiminger, jimise@aol.com.

Jim Isiminger more than 5 years ago

Jim isiminger

I remember surfing with you Jim, many years ago. Early to mid sixties in va beach. Glad to see you are still around

Steve Fogle more than 4 years ago

Bud Easton

While some many people were influences ...bud was certainly not...no game.
Just saying.

Sam Shepard more than 2 years ago

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