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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by jory, Feb 9, 2010.
You say that in jest but a friend of mine is actually doing that!
I must say thank you to you all for helping my wife see my "small" quiver in perspective
You haven't seen CD surf. No compensation needed whatsoever.
you should open up your own surf museum
what's the cranberry colored board (18th from the left)?
It is a Cooperfish Hornet that Gene made for me a few years back. Only one Skip in the lot, it's a 12'3" Double Eagle.
That is an old picture, I've divested myself of a few that are in the picture and gained a couple more that aren't.
Miles is right, as my son would say, my wife is "bomb!" Now it's boats.....three and counting.
Now I don't want to de-rail the thread, but I bet your collection of boats might be as interesting as your collection of boards.
Got any photos?
you forgot "front row, 18th from the left" not many people out there will ever need to answer that question.
cd - it was nice meeting you out at sanO. Gotta get up your way for a boat ride sometime, as long as there are no SUPers out there.
Missing from the photo 10'4" Lance Carson classic 60's pintail
On order 10' Jim Phillips "62" pig
In the photo
10'4" cooperfish malibu foil
9'10" cooperdisigns hornet(no concave)
9'9" Bing DT Dirty tom
9'7" Bing Zeph IsIs
8'6" Cain Ward "Rich model"
8' Bing super 70's bonzer
7'10" Bing "good Karma"
Soon to be left in california
Blue beater Channin CL2 lost ding twisted for a goofy footer ready for crowded lineups 9'4",Kane Garden orca twinzer five fin 7'
One last tail shot
Mango Bill wrote:
Nice grill. I've actually been thinking of getting that one - CharBroil from Home Depot? Is it worth it?
I recognize one of those fins... some guy with great taste sold that to you, right?
Nice quiver - not small, not huge and a nice variety of fun.