Bruce "the Snake" Gabrielson's Surf Museum is a little treasure in the quaint Chesapeake Bay shore town. The museum is filled with surfing memorabilia, taking one back to the early days of surfing up to the present. I don't personally have so much knowledge on surfing, however, it was fascinating to see how it has evolved over the years-and to see where it had its start; I had no idea of how far back surfing's origins came from! Bruce has extensive knowledge on the history of surfing and each relic from his museum has a unique story-and there are lots of them! This museum is definitely a treasure to be discovered by surfers and non surfers alike; the fact is, I walked away with even more appreciation for the sport and with thoughts of: Wow, surfing would be so much fun to do! I have friends in NJ that surf, I am recommending that they make a little visit to Bruce's museum! Thank you Bruce for the tour! :)
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