How has aging affected your surfing? By that I mean the experience of surfing, your performance surfing, your injury frequency, etc. And what have you learned and how have you coped? I'll start. I get hurt more often and easier. I have learned to be more aware of this and make some changes and concessions. The level of how I surf has been dropping steadily. I have learned to let a lot of shvt go. Like I'm NOT going to get the "wave of the day" anymore. And my wave count does not matter either. These has been the hardest for me. But I've learned a whole new mindset on what constitutes a good session. And it does not take much. All I have to do is leave my ego on the beach. How I feel about fellow surfers has changed dramatically. I mean strangers, not people I know. I feel as my proficiency has dropped, my credibility to dictate has too. I do not care anymore if some visitor is taking more than their share of waves and breaching simple etiquette, a younger guy at my local can handle it. I talk to everyone, I no longer have a dog in that fight. I just want to slide one or two. So how about you guys? I know there's more than couple of seniors on here. Chime in. -2019, age 69. Trim till you can't anymore!