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Move to california to surf and find happiness?

I live in the Midwest and im 17. I cant imagine anything greater then living in california and just surfing. I need to know how much itd cost to live anywhere near a good surf area where i can experience true surf culture and just live stress free connected with the ocean.

Asked By: Kaner - 11/20/2009
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Stress free near the beach... in cali... just surfing all day? Hope daddy has a bank account... or you can try the lottery... good luck!... otherwise... cali = no jobs... expensive living... and stress from WORKING... try it sometime and quit watching so many movies...
Answered By: ☼Sunshine☼ - 11/20/2009
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Living anywhere near prime surfing conditions is very expensive. If you have the money, try Santa Cruz. They have a wonderful UC Campus, beautiful beaches and forests. A friend says it is the best to feel the connection you desire. http://www.ci.santa-cruz.ca.us/
Answered By: Jessica M - 11/20/2009
 
Try Morro Bay if you move or go here, its wonderful usually at times cold but I know you can surf wild waves there! Theres always people surfing there. Oh to get there look for Morro Rock, its a giant rock wwith, it looks like theres faces on it
Answered By: page - 11/20/2009
 
Sounds like Santa Cruz would fit what you're looking for... laid back, quirky, kind of stuck in 1969, surfing culture. Thing is, Santa Cruz is a pretty expensive area. So unless you're planning to live with all the homeless guys in a tent by the river, you're going to spend a lot of time working to pay rent. There are... More
Answered By: Ed - 11/20/2009
 
Pacifica is the best place for you, $1200 for live alone, $600 for share, $150 for food, $300 for gas and insurance, $150 for others
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Answered By: tom c - 11/20/2009
 
I lived there. I surfed... More
Answered By: queen of answers - 11/21/2009
 
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