Thursday, 31 October 2013
It’s Uncle’s and Auntie's were there to witness the birth of a new member to the family….Krypto MT5 Series IV
Father and Son are doing fine!
Proud father Paul Newman below..
Below is a short video of all us SCUMM witnessing the birth, then out in the water for a slide to wet the new one’s head!
brand new from adam williams on Vimeo.
Paul and Phil both riding the new series IV surf mats. Super fast mat, with a new bottom fabric for that extra speed.
Paul’s view of the day…
sNApCrACklPoP ! from Bulkheads Stuff on Vimeo.
Eric and Paul celebrating!
Phil’s view of the morning
After the celebration surf it was back to SCUMM HQ for some breaky.
We were joined by Brian Manahan who just got to the beach and then the SE onshore blew,so he joined us for some coffee
then back to my Shed for a lend of a surf mat and flippes
Plenty of toys to choose from
The Next Day
But that's another Story…..
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
Back home and glad I have been away during the smoky bush fires etc.....Noosa was “NICE”
I took my MT5 to Noosa and struggled a bit as I have been using the 4GF mainly and they are different you CANNOT wrangle an MT5.
UNREAL weather and good times had in Noosa again so many humorous things happened as they always seem to do to me ...
far out there were so many euro girls around displaying there bits it was hard to handle.
surfed Alexander Bay (gay bay) and it was good some nice sucky peaks..then granites t-tree and little cove....
seeya soon...da bolt
A few ‘highlites ‘ below from Eric and Faye’s trip away.
all pics by da Bolt
Eric and Faye enjoying a nice ice Slurpee!
Meanwhile during the bush fire’s down here…….the surf was fun!
I caught up with Sean Bolt just as he was heading out with his old school Richard Palmer designed and shaped, Bonza Kneeboard, minus the centre fin! Sean likes to ride this prone, whilst his still stands up on his old 9 footer
I was lucky last week with how my work load and surf aligned, so I got to ride surf ranging from one foot- six feet, rights and lefts!
Monday – Spoon
Spoontastic from adam williams on Vimeo.
We also had the Annual Wandandian Wood Chop Day, which was held just around the corner, next to the Progress Hall on the Princes Hwy. Huge crowd this year and it coincided with the local markets!
Good Ole Country Folk mixing with the Axe Men and passing tourist’s!
I just love life down here , bought some nice capsicum relish
Enjoyed a nice glass of homemade lemonade and enjoyed the Woodchop.