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Epic Surfing Spots: Pipeline

The reef at Pipe is a flat tabletop reef, with several caverns on the inside, creating a giant air bubble that pops on the front of the wave when the wave lurches upwards just before breaking. 459 more words

Billabong Pipeline Masters

What a Surfer Eats! #5

I reckon I should have typed red meat in that last post (whoops!)

Motoring down Temple, Hollywood bound, just past Alvarado in one of the lesser known “towns” in a town with many towns, this being Los Angeles’ Filipinotown. 127 more words

Weekly Painting Week 37- back to the beach

I may paint the beach 1,000 times before I get it right- here is version 100 or so. Sandbridge, Virginia. It’s a beautiful beach on the East Coast. 12 more words


Vintage 1928 Kamaka Hawaii Pineapple Ukulele.Made of Koa wood.  The shape is amazing, looks like played a few times, it is stunning!! all original no cracks or chips a little finger wear on top neck. 85 more words

David A's Antiques

What a Surfer Eats. Ox tail soup! Gardena, California

I stopped eating any sort of meat a year or so ago. However I do make an exception on a special occasion, and I often stop in at Gardena Bowl for several my favorite comfort food, Gardena Bowl serves Hawaiian style cowcow meaning (all mix up kine brah), Japanese, Filipino, Portuguese, mainland style food brah. 67 more words

The Surfing Roots

There’s this feeling I get when we drive to the coast, as my Dad puts it “The bubble of excitement” as you hope to see lines making their way to the shore. 456 more words

My Travels - Chapter 1, part 1: Rio and beyond

Heathrow to Rio, was the longest flight I had ever embarked on. 11 hours. Not so difficult when your sleeping most of the way. Not the most sociable either, for my neighbour, friend of four years and fellow traveller, Lewis. 589 more words