I'm stoked for sure. Can't wait for the warm water. In Washington the closest spot is 3 hours away, 45-55F water, a long paddle out with strong currents and no channel for paddling out. At least we get surf. It may be huge and blown out but a lot but its never flat.
Last edited by Tradguy2; Sep 22, 2013 at 05:30 PM.
As long as I get something big enough to have some energy but smaller than head high I'll be happy. Sounds like I'll be good to go. Just a little anxious cause I want to make the most of my time.
Bro if that's what your looking for- and everywhere is flat or too small- diamond head usually has a chest hi wave- plus an easy channel to paddle out. Fun and easy waves. Just get on it early- before the crowds and the winds...
Hey i agree waikiki is very expensive. I went there in August and It really cost me a bomb. Instead of enjoying i was more worried about my expenses.
Originally Posted by Tradguy2
Thanks jrs. I lived in Ewa Beach as a Kehei so I know finding waves is no problem. Never went to Waikiki as a kid... too crowded and expensive. If I have time I'll go to Sandys for some bodysurfing but am hoping to get some waves on a board too. I don't mind small waves as long as they have some energy.