Tuesday, December 16, 2014

This Morning

Jim Perryman took this pic today. I really wanted to go this morning but I've got a lot to do in order wrap up the year at work. Duty calls.

Definitely the end of the rainbow:

Monday, December 15, 2014

Why?

Soon after they called it a day at Pipeline last week the wind shifted and......

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Good And Cold

Water was fine but the air was in the low 40's and the wind was off-shore at 5-8 knots. Waves were chest to head high with good shape. Very few early risers today.


















Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Doubled In Size

Chest to maybe head high waves today, pretty mellow crowd and stiff off-shores. Rode a new board I've had laying around for a while. 6-0 Infinity Mod Quad. I like it; it might be my go-to board....


















Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Slo-Mo

Soft and slow. Should have brought the big board. I felt clumsy and out of shape today. It really wasn't as bad as these pictures but the tide was rising fast, I was a little behind schedule and couldn't sacrifice the time.







You lookin' at me? 


Monday, December 8, 2014

Not A Soul In Sight

Fear not, here should be some head high plus waves for the weekend.
Photo courtesy of SURFLINE 

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Michel Bourez!

Michel Bourez and Dusty Payne battled it out to the final In the Vans World Cup but Michel had the better wave selection and manhandled double overhead Sunset. It will be nice to see Dusty on tour next year though. He has had an amazing month on the North Shore so far.

Meanwhile it's still flat in SoCal.