26.06.13 by Jeff

Duct Tape Surfing

Duct Tape Surfing
Duct Tape Surfing
Tear-jerker of the day: Pascale Honore may be paralyzed but that doesn’t stop her from realising her dream. With the help of her son’s friend, and a roll of duct tape, she’s able to go surfing! Watch the video below! Pure Inspiration!

Video by Mark Tipple

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kawika

    truly inspiring! How simple ideas, courage and daily tools can change someone else’s life, amazing.

  • angel fox

    Kinda’ got me at first watching a young man so willing to share his strength and surfing skills with his friends’ Mum – how totally unselfish and that Mum still lives a great life – good to have loving family and friends!

  • Cata Caicedo

    the limitations are in your head, if you dream you can be free!!!!





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