Watch: Surf lodge closes amid flooding

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The National Park Service announced that the Surfrider Foundation is closing the Surf Lodge on the West Coast, as the agency struggles to keep up with the flood waters from Tropical Storm Harvey.

The agency said that the structure is not being used as a shelter and has been converted into a park building.

The decision comes as the country is struggling to deal with rising flood waters and is currently struggling with Hurricane Irma, the most powerful storm to hit Texas in more than a decade.

Surfriders first opened its first location on the East Coast in 1992, and is the second-oldest surf lodge on the continent.

The resort is a two-story structure with an open floor plan.

It was designed in 1875 by French architect Jean Jacques Rousseau.

The structure was the first of its kind in North America.

The property was purchased in 2000 and opened in 2007.

The foundation will also close the first resort at the property, the Timberline Lodge, in 2021, according to the National Park Services.

It is also closing the second resort at Timberline.

The site has been in use by the foundation since 2003.

The last Surfridge was at the TimberLine in 2016.

The Surf Lodge opened in the 1950s and has since been owned by the nonprofit nonprofit Surfriding Foundation.

It’s owned by Michael K. Murphy, a well-known actor and writer.

The former Surfriday was one of the first people to walk the water at the site, which is now a park.

He died in 2012 at the age of 77.

Surfing is a sport of the water, and the Surfliders has been hosting its first annual event in 2017.

This year, the event has grown from its original intent to include more than 10,000 people.

According to the park service, the Surfers is the most popular water sport in the country and attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year.