These are not east coast waves. I like the difference though. Takeoff tougher with the HP but it's responsive as hell. The future is bright on that stick. Loved the glassed-in fins.
What I should've snapped shots of is the swallow tail in the lineup. Maybe the best azz I've ever seen, courtesy of this blonde wearing a T-back. Then there was this brunette that was absolutely shredding. So I painted a portrait of her next to the lodge's quiver:
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Thread: Yankee: Hater of the Year?
Aug 22, 2013, 07:49 PM #41
Aug 22, 2013, 07:56 PM #42
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Aug 22, 2013, 08:08 PM #43
Nice photo emass.
As for Yankee being a hater mmmmm. I don't think so. He's just like most of here. TYPE A personality! He's got one heck of humor. It's like putting a bunch of SAS boys in a locked room with booze. Ya there s gonna be a fight. Our huge tribe is the same way. Respect is given when proved!
More photos emass. Better immortalize it.
Aug 22, 2013, 08:18 PM #44
Aug 22, 2013, 08:23 PM #45
Aug 22, 2013, 08:31 PM #46
they have some great art in the board rental shop
Aug 22, 2013, 08:31 PM #47
Aug 22, 2013, 08:35 PM #48
Dude, now I never tell people what to post and all, but when you leave the country on a surf trip, you should let the SWELLINFO.COM thing go for awhile.
Forget aboot Yankee, SUP and Seldom for a few days...weeks whatever. Dude, don't bring this Sh!t with you. Forget aboot us. Go do your thing.
Unfortunately, we'll all be here when you get home.
I know, I know, this site is addicting, almost like crack. Everybody needs just one more blast.
Oh Dlouren, I'm kidding aboot the hate thing.
Aug 22, 2013, 10:26 PM #50
C'mon PB&J, there's a fair equity between my benefit of tutelage from the wisdom of you cagey vets while I'm here to the vicarious relief some will get from hearing about it. People helping people. It's beautiful stuff!
You guys complete me. What would I do without you? No, on the real (what's real?!), you guys are a major help through everything and I know you'd want me to get the most out of this trip. Isn't it poetic justice that since you've had to put up with hearing my kook tales over the months that you'd get to enjoy the watershed of my small victories (i.e. only getting pounded by 90% of real waves)?? Plus, you get to see paintings of topless surf chicks next to tropical quivers. It beats huffing a bottle of Elmer's.
Headed out in a few for my second sesh of the day. It's been consistent since the morn. Had to get my calories and a break from el sol. You are well aware that I'm burning a surplus of energy paddling that chip compared to the groveler back home.