You don’t usually expect to see 15- to 20-foot waves in Maryland. Or people tow-in surfing in Miami. But hurricanes do weird things.
Local surfer/photographer Mike Jones, who owns the Azhiaziam surf shop in Morro Bay, always gets to places where the action is in the surf world, and last week was no exception. He was there, for instance, when Kelly Slater was towing in to surf in Miami — which is not normally known for having surf.
The natural disaster — which, of course, caused devastation on the East Coast — also created waves for surfers in Chicago.
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