- LA and OUT
- Southbound and down
- Hey buddy, can ya spare some change?
- central coast cruisin
- Don’t lie to me boy!
- adios, chau, hasta luego Mexico
- The kitchen sink
- Salina Kooks
- MexPipe and left points?
- “If you’re up for adventure take the boat”
- Prodding the tiger
- Crashing down
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Pichilemu I have enjoyed your company but it is time to explore south. The only car available for hire in Pichi is dinged, leaks (oil, water and dust) and, with four boards loaded on the roof, is excruciatingly slow… It … Continue reading
Well not quite. A couple of English boys, Rob and Matt dropped in for a few of days. The standard “where have you come from? where are you going?” revealed that they had come from Buenos Aires…by foot (& husky … Continue reading
Short version: Nothing new to report….that is all. Longer version: Spanish lessons have finished (i’m still hopeless but at least don’t look completely blank when someone asks where i’m from or whether i’d like fries with that completo), swell & … Continue reading
Ok, i’ve been asked to share a little more non-surf related information… !? I know, but anyway, with a bad shoulder, water activities are off the agenda. Today is market day. Spanglish my way to corn, tomatoes, home-made chile sauce … Continue reading
I’m going to play a game. Its called something I like, something I don’t like (© B. Geronimo 2010). I don’t like big cities (Sydney and Hong Kong excepted). I don’t like wide-eyed, camera-toting, socks and sandal wearing tourists that wander … Continue reading
Swells dropped and barrels have replaced big drops as the currency of choice @ Lobos. Some sand seems to have moved into the bay and El Mirador section finally turned on on the low tide. Roman Navarro and Diego Medina … Continue reading
The swell just keeps building. Anything under 8′ is undergunned!
Big, clean and glassy. Hoping to just go take a few photos but Diego came to the ‘rescue’ with lend of his 7’6″ gun….thanks….kinda. Being able to see more than 50 m helped but the Los Morros jump still scares … Continue reading