Skimboarding involves throwing a piece of wood onto sand that has a centimeter of water on top. The only time there is sand with a centimeter of water on top is when a wave has just broken. You must throw your piece of wood, which is extremely thin and extremely slippery, onto the water and take a running jump on top of it. Then you glide about five feet until the wave has receded and you are just on wet sand.
An eight-year-old from Utah is teaching me how.
This translates to:
This is almost definitely my last post.
But otherwise: Jeff, you're up next. Then Jon, then Jen.