In this episode, Derik Hyatt chats with the really cool former Wind Turbine Technician turned Owner of SurfSup Eco Shop and Rentals in Kincardine, Ontario, Tarah Coates. We discuss the women’s revolution of surfing on the Great Lakes, the pros and cons of owning a surf shop in Southwestern Ontario, going green, the origins or Tarah’s stoke, how she transitioned from creating wind energy to riding wave energy and much more!
You can connect with Tarah online at https://www.surfsupecoshop.com/ and https://surfsup-eco-shop.square.site/ and on Facebook at @surfsupecoshopandrent and Instagram at @surfsupecoshopandrentals and @surfsup_ecoshop and on Twitter at @SURFSUPecoshop or you visit her in person and take a SUP or surf lesson at either her Goderich or Kincardine location.
This episode was recorded on June 17, 2020. It is family friendly with minimal bad language and no F-bombs!.
We acknowledge that this episode was recorded on the unceded, ancestral and occupied traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Waututh) and Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nations of the Coast Salish Peoples. As we live, work, surf and play, we say Mahalo to the Métis, Inuit and Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island and from around the world, who have stewarded these lands and sacred surf spots for thousands of years.
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A SPECIAL MAHALO TO
Mark Malibu & The Wasagas for providing our intro music “Hey Chiwawa” from their 2009 album entitled Crash Monster Beach and our outro music “End of Summer” off their 2017 album Return of the Wasagas. For more information, visit https://wasagas.com/. Find them on iTunes or wherever you get your music.
Damajuana reggae uploaded by detroitbase on 2019-08-30 to https://archive.org/details/reggae_201908. Public License available at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/legalcode. (Original length = 2:30. Modified to 1:00.)
Ukelele Parade by Fernando Oyaguez Reyes published May 22, 2014 and uploaded to https://archive.org/details/UkeleleParade. Public License available at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode. (Original length = 2:44. Modified to 1:07.)