Since 2009 - Live Love SUP Blog...early days

December 29, 2017

Since 2009 - Live Love SUP Blog...early days

In 2009, Live Love SUP started as a Stand Up Paddle photo blog to document our SUP adventures. We were hooked on SUP with the first glide. SUP has changed a lot since then. It's grown exponentially, just about everyone seems to be paddling now and there is so much stoke shared on waterways across the globe in warm and cold weather climates.

Check out the very beginning of this adventure with our original blog posts and see how we've grown over the past 9 years and the 25 countries we have been able to paddle in. As we get ready for 2018 to kick off, we can't wait for Live Love SUP to re-launch and re-ignite our blog through our new website!

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