Thursday, November 26, 2009


We were all ready to go to Peahi this morning and we had a little accident. The trailer snapped right in half! Guess it wasn't meant to be. Anyone have a trailer for sale. Outer reefs should be fun today though.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sun is shining weather is sweet

New International windsurfing magazine is out Windsurfer International Mag. Can’t wait to read it, but I’m heading to the beach now, looks like another epic day. Last week we had a monster swell, it looks like epic windsurfing as far out as the forecasts go. Logged about five hours at uppers on Wednesday in between classes. Head to logo high sets with rain squalls passing down the coast. After each one passed the wind turned more offshore and got lighter cleaning up the waves. Glassy beautiful waves all day with just a few of my friends. Too top it all off there were at least one rainbow up all day. I even saw three at one point. I wish I had a camera out there yesterday. I fell right in the line up and Riley Coon dropped into mast high barreling beast. He laid down a smooth bottom turn and behind him a rainbow was lighting up the sky. Absolutely amazing. I think sometimes we really don’t see the beauty in the world around us. We’re so focused on our individual missions that we often don’t see the world around us. Look at the stars, watch the waves, take the time to just sit and watch the trees sway in the wind you’ll learn a lot more then sitting in front of a t.v. or computer screen. Get out there it’s firing...

Thursday, November 12, 2009


Well, the waves are about twice the size the forecasts were calling for. I saw a buoy register at 24 feet and 14 seconds last night. It's making for very rough dangerous surf, be careful. Good fun to be had out there though. Looks like the wind is coming back this week with vengeance it's going to be crazy.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Another great week of surfing and windsurfing here. Hookipa was a zoo a couple days this week. It's funny how when the surf goes from 2-3 feet to 4-6 feet the surfing crowd clears out and when it goes from logo high to mast high and bigger the windsurfing crowd thins out. Missed out on what looks like a fun session at Jaws, I'm somewhat out of the action with a bruised knee. Probably won't keep me out of the water tomorrow though. There's plenty of waves, remember to share with your friends out there.