Malmö, Surfing, Sweden

snowing sideways


After beeing looked up in the apartment for three full days doing my essay I decided it was finished, because Alex called and apparently there were surf going off.

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In Malmö there were still no snow. Here, it was snowing sideways..

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It wasn’t only the snow that was going sideways, so did my car. For the first time in my life. Called dad and asked him what to do.. “Erhm, find someone with a tractor, that’s the cheapest way to get out of there.”

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I was in the middle of nowhere. In the middle of Skåne. And my phone died. See that yellow house over there?

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He had a tractor! SCORE.

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Thx to him I could get a few waves before it got dark. YEEIJ!

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It was snowing sideways in the same direction as the waves, which means straight onshore.  Matt from Red Snapper surfshop have hooked me up with a real nice 654 wetsuit, so I was as warm as a fire inside. The waves were fun, but the snow was killing my eyes, and I could barely see nothing. Great! I was paddling back out with closed eyes every time, exciting. The water was so cold every duckdive felt like hitting my head in a wall of bricks. Not really like Sri Lanka, but not as crowded at least!  Me and Matt had a real fun surf all for ourselves!

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