Three views at Publics. Pentax MX (black).
The last week has been warmer than usual for January. The wind has been coming from the south which has led to heavy vog over the island but beautiful conditions on the water. I love paddling when the winds are kona because the water is so clear and flat. The vog from Kilauea also enhances … Continue reading Off season paddling
This weekend was a busy one for me. Friday afternoon I went paddling after work and it was a hard one with only eight guys split between two boats and fighting an east wind back from Kewalos to the buoy at Ala Moana Bowls. The end of practice was the best because of the wave … Continue reading Weekend wrap up
Same old same old, Wednesday afternoon I went paddling after work and Thursday morning I took the Butt out for a beachwalk.Walking to my after work "office."The route and numbers.Thursday morning beachwalk with my best bud.Bright colors always get my attention.Old style Kapahulu house near my workplace.New style Kapahulu house with nice color combo.
Not much of a practice today due to the kona (South) wind and building South swell. Safer to stay inside and just loosen up and enjoy our time on the water. Regatta is fast approaching so I'm hoping we start practicing our sprint distances and turns the next couple weeks.View of In-Between Kaiser's and Rockpiles … Continue reading Anuenue Friday
Today was hard getting motivated to go to practice. When I left work it was raining and windy, I didn't know if anyone was going to show so I was a little apprehensive driving to the beach. What got me going was driving along the Ala Wai and seeing boats in the water and the … Continue reading Wednesday paddling
First paddle of 2016 happened on Sunday morning with crews from Hui Lanakila, Kamehameha, and Waikiki Surf Club. There were a total of 5 boats in the water and we went to the Diamond Head bouy and back to the Kamehameha club site. We passed lots of spear divers along the way but it's an … Continue reading First paddle 2016