There's an aoura about montauk, ny. Sure, the summer crowds cloud its true personality. But, between the select few whom all stick together in ruling Ditch and the pointbreak-littered beaches, the most eastern point of Long Island is still alive as it used to be before the citiots took over.
I'm sitting now at the premier of our friend Mikey DeTemple's new film Sight | Sound. The parking lot is not lined with BMWs with softtops strapped to the hood. Instead there is an eclectic group of vintage station wagons and surf buggys. As we watch Kassia slide across a Maine peeler, the audience can relate. We all love surfing.
I may seem to be going off on a tangent and rambling on, however, I guess the point of this is to note that even in the biggest hell-hole of kooks, the real surfers find eachother and connect. And that is certainly noteworthy.