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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by trevolution, Feb 3, 2017.
Awesome stuff Trev. Did you and your bort make it?
Surfline (lol) is pushing forward an opinion that we may be experiencing conditions which will bring about another El Nino year after this La Nina thing winds down.
The part of the story that really got my attention was that they were pointing out that the current rain deluge conditions in Peru is usually a strong indicator of a pending El Nino pattern. Even all the Peruvians seem to agree.
Hope Trev is getting some goodness right now, without the Effluvia Stew.
Yea what ever happen Trev??
Haven't heard in a few days... you think those kidney guys caught up with him??
I think I read that somewhere else- about elnino too
this thread is my vicarious life
Consistent electricity was never a certainty when I was there during normal weather patterns, so perhaps no connectivity. Waiting on the update and hoping he's SCORING
Yes... idk what I'm gonna do without hearing back from Trev
It's basically the only reason I check Swellinfo.com threade borts anymore...
I thin he kidney abductors got him...
Come on dudes, give him a break. Who the hell has time to check the internet when in Peru? Only us East Coasters from North America have time for this place!
If I was in Peru right now, I might forget what the interwebz be. I might have to take a little trip there myself or somewhere like it in about 3 or 4 weeks.
I told him NOT to marry that Inca Princess!!!
Now he is stuck in some Inca hut forced to reproduce Inca babies!!! Pizarros revenge!!
Hopefully it's going well, and nothing like that scene from "Apocalypto" where that one warrior couldn't get his wife pregnant.
ok buoys, just got an update from our intrepid traveler.
"Still alive just trapped in Chicama with pumping surf no electricity and water or road access for the past week"
3rd World Problems lol. No worries, glad to see he's scoring yuge
he is scoring bigly
Living vicariously through you right now, Trev!
Glad you're alive and above water!
been in chicama about a week. first night all hell broke loose
im talking holy s h it this bitcxh is going down like the titanic flood rain filling up la hombre from the first floor up to the second
knew the deluge would happen had that vibe looking at sky that morning in huanchaco and figured id rather get trapped in chicama
spent that first night helping doris the owner and daughter of the original el hombre sweep water out and bail the spot out with buckets from midnight till dawn with the help of some Australians and a chick from jersey who didnt do much besides say " this is literally the most water i have ever seen, literally" over and over
next day some houses down the road were completely gone due to mudslides. heavy no idea what the cost of life was. no one seems to care.
greeted at dawn by headhigh swell that developed into pumping classic chicama for a few days.
after a few days swell dropped and reality set in.
no power no road acces to the outside world for food or other goods, no water. been like this for over a week
been eating non perishables that are constantly going up in price like bottled water. surfinf three a days. got good friends ****ty weed and goos waves
beer truck just arrived for first time in a week. score