October 2nd, 2015
Clear your schedule for the 13th -14th of August and head down to ASR San Diego for the Third annual Billabong OC Art of Shaping Event. Twenty-two Local Orange County Shapers will showcase a trademark board that best represent his style and contribution to the sport of surfing. Each board will be displayed for guests with a complete bio, photos and more. Later in the evening the boards will be auctioned off to benefit the SIMA humanitarian fund and bragging right among the shapers. The Live auction will begin at 7:00pm sharp so make sure you get there early to check out an impressive collection of classic boards.
The finalized list of invitees includes: Robert August, Matt Biolos, Steve Boehne, Bob “The Greek” Bolen, Lance Collins, Richard Harbour, Roger Hinds, Bob Hurley, Bruce Jones, Jeff “Doc” Lausch, Terry Martin, Mickey Munoz, Timmy Patterson, Ed Sakal, Peter Schroff, Terry Senate, Cole Simler, Tim Stamps, Bill Stewart, Shawn Stussy, Jeff Timpone and Barry Vandermeulen.
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Hope to see you all there!
Heinous wrong doing. Today sucks for me. It started off so jovial, but quickly turned into a pile of animal scat. Every time I get the green light to hit the beach for a little surf session to help break up the monotony, I’m off like a prom dress, bee-lining it straight to the spot me mates tell me is breakin’ best. Well today I absolutely blew it. Mind you I do what I did today everyday, but today I finally got caught. Rats. An illegal turn that gives me ten more minutes of surf time. He finally nabbed me. I see where he hides everyday, but today he hid in a new spot behind some shrubbery up on the bluff a bit. This new secret hiding spot is completely impossible for me to see. Once I did my little illegal-turn-thingyl; there he was. Outta nowhere. Boom, fo’ real! Well gettin this $320 ticket wastes an entire Saturday in traffic school, but the violation was inevitable since I make that turn twice a day. Oh well. That’s the way it goes I guess. When I finally reached the beach I witnessed “victory at sea” conditions. Overall completely lacerated. But although it was a total junk show, there were still a few little spicy, lippy thingys that I was willing to try and smack. I luckily was able to hit a few, which helped me blow off a little steam. I definitely needed that due to the aforementioned mishap. Millertime said the southside of the pier was really fun this morn, and there’s a pretty decent bar on the south side right now. Rumor has it Millertime and the crew got a few good pics. And yes! Did all you kids in computer land notice that my video documentation abilities have improved immensely since last time? I’ve been runnin’ with Scorsese this past week. Well, until next time then.
It’s the know-all of all to be unknown-the Dude. You asked for it, so here it is…a daily dose of the Dude in an easy to swallow, surf report form. A surf sesh guide from a guy that actually paddled out. No speculation from the heated seat of a Escalade here. Crack it open and enjoy…
Waves were kinda fun today at the T street zone. Zippy little waist-chest high combers coming in with unreal conditions. Glassy and about 75 degrees on the beach. There were even a few girlies layin’ out in bikinis gettin’ bronzed. The local S.C. crew, as usual, was blowin up. Jason “I’m probably gonna lose a lot in vegas this weekend” Miller, Brando “Ragu” Ragenovich, and Dane Ward were all filleting the rippable little wedgers. I was stoked when those guys finally paddled in cuz that meant I could finally catch a few.
Until next time cheers to all!
-That one dude guy