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  • Kawelo Wong

    The size of the wave is enchanting Darick Doener tow surfing big waves at Outside Sunset, north shore, Hawaii Blue

  • Christine Fitch Mooney

    -Massive, Peahi, Maui, Hawaii, Tow-Surfing, surfers are taken out to the ocean (or towed) to surf these monstrous waves!

  • Rose Morrow

    Massive, Peahi, Maui, Hawaii wow that's a big wave

  • Molly Murphy

    Surf's up! On the North shore of Oahu... the waves are awesome.

  • Suzy Brooks

    ACTIVATE/USE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: What do you already know about this sport? Write your ideas in your reading journal.

  • Jazzy Oliver

    Darick Doener tow surfing big waves at North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii.

  • Ken Gines

    888-308-1817 to find your Hawaii dream home Ken Gines Realtor @moving2hawaii #kenfucious

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