Growing Up In a Surfer Family, Wipeouts and All The family of Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz — all 11 of them — lived on a 24-foot camper, traveling the continent in search of good surfing. Their story is the subject of Surfwise, a documentary directed by Doug Pray and produced by Jonathan Paskowitz.
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Growing Up In a Surfer Family, Wipeouts and All

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Growing Up In a Surfer Family, Wipeouts and All

Growing Up In a Surfer Family, Wipeouts and All

Growing Up In a Surfer Family, Wipeouts and All

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After leaving his medical practice, Doc Paskowitz (left) and his family lived in a 24-foot camper, show here with "International Surfing School" painted on its side. Paskowitz Family Photo/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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After leaving his medical practice, Doc Paskowitz (left) and his family lived in a 24-foot camper, show here with "International Surfing School" painted on its side.

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