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Bryan Murray has surfed in the zone. Deep inside a tube of rushing water and light. So removed from the rest of the world that he can see individual droplets of water tumble slow-mo like so much dandelion fluff.
“It’s the closest you can come to touching God,” Murray said. “It’s that meaningful to me.
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“We surf the rivers and we surf the lakes and we surf the snow and we surf at the ocean. But it’s all the same thing.”
“ Always wanted to surf growing up …when I was 24 started snowboarding, tried surfing when I was 28. Been surfing ever since love em both. “Pure Stoke, it’s a feeling, just can’t describe it, you gotta live it – Beautiful.”
“I grew up chasing waves all over North Carolina. When I moved to West Virginia I surfed the snow and started finding waves everywhere.”