Saturday, April 19, 2008

Typical New Jersey Lawmakers

Typical NJ politicians have passed yet another nanny law in Long Beach Township to raise more money for them to waste.

The township will now authorize its officers to take your money issue tickets for changing into and out of your wetsuit in public. They specifically stated that even changing in your van or car is illegal too. You must change in private permanent structure according to the new law. So that means you need to pony up the $1,000,000 to buy a house new the beach or changing in the ill maintained bathrooms with piss all over the floor they will provide.

I hope the police have more important things to do with their time than harass surfers now.

For more info go to here.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Been really is whats going on.

Sorry for the lack of updates. Been super busy at work, traveling, surfing, and shaping.

The AB3 at Cardiff was rad. So many boards, so many people, so much to look at.

Im working on finishing a few more boards for the AB3 East, I will post up some pics when they are done.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Full Lunar Eclipse

Complete eclipse as viewed from my back deck. Pretty rad to see.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Monday, February 11, 2008

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Ice 9 Blanks

Sierra from Ice9 was up to NJ this week and was kind enough to give me a blank to test out. I've been hearing some really good things about their blanks as far as dent resistance goes and overall durability. They make a sugar based MDI blank thats friendlier for the environment than the more traditional TDI blanks. I'm going to glass this one super light, single 4oz bottom and deck with Resin X. Word is they are as strong as a normal board with a double 4oz deck. We shall see, I'll keep you posted.

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Saturday, February 2, 2008

Josh Hall and Andy Davis Joint

Josh Hall emailed me some pictures and I thought they were pretty neat and I wanted to share. Its nice to see people doing some different stuff. Hopefully Josh will send more pictures of his boards, he shapes some clean lines.

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