The trip was/is not about waves, but I brought along some mats and fins.
Spent a week at Turtle Bay and "scored" some "students". On two of
the little waves I managed to get around the girl, but then someone
shoved another longboard in my path and I got stuck on its wax. (Nobody
got hurt and all were smiling afterwards.)
Now were in a beautiful house at the end of the road in Po'ipu with a little private reefbreak right in front of the lanai.
Chillaxing turtles, a seal, and enough solo waves on the standard here to wear me out.
Sorry for the non-pro-cell-phone video-quality, just wanted to send some Aloha.
All the best!
p.s.: Do you know the third guy on the photo? Must have something to do with film&music. Seems to be his place.
Hope all you and your mob are happy and
healthy.. we are happy healthy and cold.. but it doesn’t stop the stoke
in SCUMMville Australia. I've put ‘Dabolt’ my Omni through some stress
lately and its starting to show.. haha the repairs from previous
abuse have been tried and tested and seem to be holding up a bit ...
The patch has come adrift but the rubber seal has held well
and i think it should go the distance. Got a few fun ones with the
SCUMMBags at a local rocky out crop on a cold Saturdays
morning and as usual the stoke was flowing thick and fast..
Few weeks ago traveled up to Oregon and
took a couple mats to Short Sands on a somewhat choppy day. My local
friend Jeff kicked out for the fist time. We had fun, laughing and
screaming while surf boarders struggled to find much. Looking forward to
more travel with my mats.
Just wanted to say THANKS from Journey,
myself and George for your Rapid Response that made our holiday fun
possible! Now we just have to experiment a lot to understand how to use
the mat better and be STOKED!!