The board for the Wounded Warriors is coming along. Thanks to Dave and Rhonda Daum of Kings Paddleboards for hooking us up with the deckpad. Just need to install a couple of handles and its ready to Rock and Roll
Board collectors if you see this S on a old board it was shaped by Buzzy Smole. He gave me this homemade knife back in the 60's when we worked together at Surfboards Hawaii. Last i heard Buzzy was enjoying life in Idaho.
If in the sixth decade of the 20th century you would have told me i'd still be putting resin bands on logs in the 2nd decade of the twentyfirst century. I'd say sure and we will be able to send a picture of those bands around the planet with a phone that fits in your pocket. You must be tripping man.
If you are the guy with the way overdone Woodie at the car show, You know the one with the veneer faux wood Thailand popouts bolted on the top. Just wanted to let you know every Surfboard builder i know walks by your car and thinks "What a &@$!@;/&. Dork! No matter how much time and money you spent on your car putting a popout on top is pretty lame. This used board Shaped by genuine Hotrodder Shaun Ambrose might not make you any cooler but its a step in the right direction. Only ridden a few times and for sale at about what I charged him to paint it. At Surfy Surfy Now.
Jason on the right has got a few boards from us and finally got around to visiting the factory. He also grabbed this Bonzerized Thumb. Jason Sally is packing it right now should be heading to Long Island later today