Describe your perfect day.
LB: On a perfect day I would
be somewhere surfing with friends. Plenty of waves
for everybody. Lefts and rights to the point where
there is just one after another and probably five
or six feet. Lefts and rights (smiles) and warm
water and a lot of energy to be able to take care
of that. That would be a perfect day.
Any shout-outs for your fans or supporters?
LB: Well this. To be able
to do what has been done and what is happening
for the women. There has been an incredible amount
of people that have given their time, dollars,
products and services. The list would be huge,
at least a mile long. Of course Roxy, because
they are doing this. This Cardiff contest was
not in their budget, and you know everyone says,
"you know, ha, ha" because they are
such a successful company. But they do have their
budgets and they stick to them. This has been
a contest that has been very costly and was not
in their budget, but they want to do this for
the women, want to help donate, everything like
that. There are so many other people that have
stepped up to be part of this too and it's just
the list is so long. Prue, the community of Cardiff,
Encinitas, all of this North County and all over
the world, I have gotten people that want to help
and I couldn't have named them all and I wouldn't,
as I would forget people. You know who you are.
Everybody that has helped me out there, that's
who you are. Thank you.
& Interview by Prue Jeffries; Photography
by Chris Grant; Special thanks to Linda Benson
for giving us access to some of Bud Browne's old