The Story of La Chuparosa #3: A Musician Plays Architect
We didn’t jump right into building. We wanted to get to know Playa La Saladita better, and learn exactly what kind of place was needed and would do well. Also, we didn’t want to compete directly with the the local Mexican families who …Read More >>
THE STORY OF LA CHUPAROSA #2: Too Late?
After getting used to having the wave right in front of me, I quickly understood why people called the place a goofy foot’s paradise. The first time I rode one of Playa La Saladita’s long, long lefts, I was …Read More >>
THE STORY OF LA CHUPAROSA #1: Could this be our Rincon?
For our first trip to Playa La Saladita, we didn’t actually stay there. I looked online and the places available to rent were pretty basic, fine maybe for folks on a surf safari, but not for a guy and his …Read More >>
Learning to surf at age 50
At the point in my life when I was transitioning out of my 25 year career in film scoring and questioning what I really wanted to be when I grew up, I learned to surf. I discovered in my first …Read More >>