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Winter wave contests help sustain Oahu’s businesses, services

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                                Above, Nick Galeto, left, Eric Meringolo and Pam Rebholz had a late lunch Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kamehameha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.
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Above, Nick Galeto, left, Eric Meringolo and Pam Rebholz had a late lunch Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kamehameha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.

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                                Above, surfers Benny Haddad, left, Tyler Barlett and Evan Parker talked Tuesday with with SharLyn Foo at the Backpackers hostel, where Foo has hosted surfers on Oahu’s North Shore for decades.
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Above, surfers Benny Haddad, left, Tyler Barlett and Evan Parker talked Tuesday with with SharLyn Foo at the Backpackers hostel, where Foo has hosted surfers on Oahu’s North Shore for decades.

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                                Rachael Runyon worked Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kameha­meha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.
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Rachael Runyon worked Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kameha­meha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.

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                                Above, Lexi Wood, visiting from Texas, stayed at the Backpackers hostel on Tuesday.
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Above, Lexi Wood, visiting from Texas, stayed at the Backpackers hostel on Tuesday.

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                                Above, a surfer prepares to enter the ocean at Log Cabins on the North Shore.
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Above, a surfer prepares to enter the ocean at Log Cabins on the North Shore.

JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, Nick Galeto, left, Eric Meringolo and Pam Rebholz had a late lunch Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kamehameha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, surfers Benny Haddad, left, Tyler Barlett and Evan Parker talked Tuesday with with SharLyn Foo at the Backpackers hostel, where Foo has hosted surfers on Oahu’s North Shore for decades.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Rachael Runyon worked Tuesday at the Sunrise Shack on Kameha­meha Highway across from Shark’s Cove.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, Lexi Wood, visiting from Texas, stayed at the Backpackers hostel on Tuesday.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, a surfer prepares to enter the ocean at Log Cabins on the North Shore.