Day 10. The End

Tomorrow the first real swell in two weeks is set to hit the North Shore and it looks like the Pipe Masters will get off to a quick start. Unfortunately I’ll be on a plane back home to freezing Florida. This Hawaii trip, I’ve been a wave dodger. It’s alright though. I’ve certainly enjoyed myself,…

Pass.Punt.Kick

I’m pretty sure we are the only ones who think the below video is funny. But hey, it’s here if you wanna watch. The waves are real small (surprise!) and the video of today’s surf is nothing special. After a morning surf we decided to watch football and bet on everything, and by the end…

Afternoon at Logs

Today dawned windy and small along most of the north shore, yet the magical wave magnet log cabins, though half yesterday’s size, was still quite fun. Unfortunately most everyone got the memo and unlike yesterday, it was packed. Here’s a few random waves I filmed before I paddled out mid day and afternoon. Needless to…

LOGS

Today, one week into my north shore stay, the surf finally came up. Well, at Log Cabins anyway. It’s hard to explain how strange this is, but most breaks were head high; while Logs, less than a mile from Pipe, Rockies, and Sunset, was somehow double overhead and tubing. Gabe and I paddled out mid…

Kammieland Championships

It’s been 16 years since an ASP event has run heats at Kammieland (A more consistent reef across from sunset) and because of the flat spell it happened again today. The ‘swell’ showed up today, but unfortunately, it only showed in the 3-4 foot range (on the face) and was accompanied by what felt like…

Hawaii Day 4. Still Flat

According to some of the locals over here, this is the longest flat spell they’ve ever seen during this time of year. With only six days remaining in the 6 Star PRIME sunset event, and an extremely bleak forecast, tomorrow contest organizers are going to run heats at small sunset point (The inside reef) and…