Product Description: Gone Surfing Sign C690
Looking for a ski or surf themed sign to hang on the wall? Look no further. TinWorld offers a large selection of skiing and surfing signs at low, wholesale prices. We have nostalgic, rustic, and vintage styles for the cabin, lodge, ski shop and more. The Gone Surfing Sign C690 is a new, reproduction metal sign available in two sizes, 8″ x 11″ and 12″ x 18″. It features corner holes with smooth edges for easy hanging and safe handling. We provide next day shipping and guarantee 100% customer satisfaction. So, whether you’re decorating the mancave, tiki bar or shopping for that special gift, welcome to TinWorld. We have signs for everyone!
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Did you know that surfing has long been a part of Polynesian culture? Surfing was first observed by British explorers in Tahiti in 1767. Surfing was introduced to the California coast in 1907 when land baron Henry Huntington hired a Hawaiian boy to surf for the visitors of Redondo Beach in an effort to entice them into relocating to the area. To learn more about the history of surfing as well as wave types and the physics of surfing, see Surfing, Wikipedia.
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