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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Roach, Oct 26, 2011.
Artz....the first sentence.....umm..well you know..
No eye contact for a week..
I always liked Bonzer Eggs.
Me too..i had a CB....pod...7.2 x 22.5 x 3...red x fins..
Dan, Here are the numbers 23.25 “ wide. Nose is 16.25 “Tail is 16.75 “ wide Nose and Tail measured at 12” also 3.25 “ thick. It is not the most nimble Board. It does have an amazing amount of speed to connect a lot of sections.
Oh heck yeah.artz...that board sounds cool..
I had so many people dig the torren twin..
This weekend...way cool..
I cannot wait until friday..
Im gonna try the TA twins.
Haven't surfed for a few months. Between the crowds, work, family stuff, and a two month long can't kill it ear infection, I kinda lost the stoke for a while. There's a lot of good mountain biking where I live so that keeps me happy.
Sold a few boards and these are what I'm left with. 6-1 Novak short board, 8-2 early/mid 70's pintail that was my dad's and I caught my first waves on. 10-6 Murphy stretched out hplb that I use as a glider that turns. 9-9 Kevin Connelly Noosa IV. I need to go surfing
Go surfing, good fellow, go surfing.
After a lot of years in the water, it is still amazing (and cliché) how good a fun session can make you feel.
Got in the water for the first time in a month with a friend today, passed up a pretty darn good right hander to surf a more hit and miss left, just the two of us. Got a couple of good ones, including one really stellar shoulder high runner (on a Murphy no less). I was still about thirty yards back from the peak paddling back out when my buddy yells - I can see you grinning from here!
Exactly what I needed.
When given the option of redoing an old ding repair on a rail gouge done with boat resin, I always opt to keep them so long as they are water tight. I think they add rather than take away from the character of a vintage board.
Each one tells yet another story.
My dad’s Caster has a nasty fist sized hole in the deck that was repaired. He did it by putting his arm straight through the deck getting pitched over the falls on a big day at Peta. He wasn’t smiling when it happened, but seeing it brings a big smile to my face 40 years later.