Just turned 62 and I feel gifted to still be healthy and surfing. Summer season is upon us over here and to freshen things up I have gone back to single fins for the longboard. This is the 7inch, smallest from my collection. Just the minimalist size to keep it loose in the small swells. As I hit it early that morning, the 2 peaks were already filling up. Walking towards the less populated one I noticed an lesser but empty wave in between the two.
living the dream surfinJ.
The first picture is defiantly SUP porn ..
Good surfing and good waves. Beautiful day to be out enjoying the ocean. Thanks for posting. Is the board a custom Revolution?
Great video J - it is such a magical feeling when you are out on glassy waves, just as they peak-up and you know you will catch it - nothing like it! Thanks for sharing!
Hi J, great surfing in beautiful conditions, shows one of my favourite things about SUP's you don't need the best waves and the fight that normally comes with them to have a fun session. Thanks for posting this.
You are so right drivethebus, the peak was in a sort of confused zone in between the obviously working spots. But the sup makes more from less.
And cantSUPenough it was one of those clean easy days that is just so nice. Many mediocre days bridge the gaps but these days you remember.
FRP the board is a custom Surf from sunova. A 10-6 that is an inch wider and more foiled rails then the stock model.
Tardy the pic is deceiving as it was a close out, but it did look nice. I guess a rip off the top like you had from your water photog would have been fun. You could make a cool meme from your footage.
To all I really appreciate the supportive comments, thanks a lot.
Surfin J is one of the people who I get excited for when I see a post. It usually means a nice video that will give me some stoke. Thanks again.