So right now I'm all salty sitting in a cafe writing to...no one really. Just had one of those sweet little early morning logging sessions that I've been dreaming about for the last month. now drinking coffee listening to some new tunes by Ed Sharpe and his zeroes. A few minutes ago I watched an interesting little clip on rasta, the guy seems to have the living part of life down pat. From fresh veggies in his garden to jam sessions in his TP, a beautiful wife and a wonderland of waves and forest to explore. If you'd like to check it out; you can find it here:
Also a brief update from the Duct tape invitational, Vans and the US Open of surfing; they've posted the "Ductumentary Trailer. Giving Homage to Joel Tudor an inspiration surfer, who's paved the way for alot of today's greatest long boarders.
Check it out here:
This trip to Tofino has been long awaited and I deinitely do feel a homecoming in being here. It's a mellow friendly place filled with good people who are completely authentic, they have surfing in their blood and smiles on their faces. I'm already excited to be heading back here at the end of the summer, and then again in the fall.
Who knows perhaps somewhere down the line I could wind up living here, atleast for a bit...who knows. I guess in a way I have to thank growing up in Sydney and a pretty populated oahu for my now yearning for the small things life has to offer from small towns to small crowds to all those simple things the rocks and roots, the important things.
I'll be off now to slackline, play guitar, skate and cook up a storm in the park down the road. If you want some lunch, there'll be some mean omelets and salad happening near a salty kid come and ask for some!
THis is what 5 hungry surfers look like after 7 hours of sliding. Tony's Pizza, a good way to end the day.