Yesterday’s wave

By |January 26th, 2011|

We just got home this morning from a couple days of surfing in the Gulf of Alaska. Monday was a bit breezy and kept us exploring the coastline aboard the m/v Milo for a while before we found a nice punchy wave with an offshore breeze. Yesterday the wind was mellow and the swell was strong. The photo above is […]

Dreaming of a slushy Christmas

By |December 25th, 2010|

Merry Christmas to all.

The recent cold spell in Homer has coincided with a few great days of surf. The morning sessions have been cool. Heading to bed here on a cold Christmas eve dreaming of another slush session for tomorrow.

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Homer just in time

By |December 14th, 2010|

What a welcoming party!

We just returned to Homer in time for a couple great days of surf. I’m still unpacking gear, but wanted to post this photo from the morning surf session today. There are some other great moments still to come from the last two days as well as plenty of stories and photos to share from the last […]

Bore tide surfing fever

By |September 12th, 2010|

Finally we are back home from an intense and thrilling week of stand up paddle surfing the Turnagain Arm bore tides.

Hundreds of photos and video clips to edit from the week while reliving the memories of 40 minute / 4 mile rides! The photo above is an aerial view captured from my paramotor on Saturday morning showing Eric Newberry, Dave […]

What more could you ask for?

By |April 19th, 2010|

Just one shot before I collapse into bed.

Thirteen hours ago I was scrambling my way to the Homer Airport for another fly-out surf adventure to Petrof Glacier. Six hours ago I took this photo of Mike ripping by me on a head high peeler below snow covered mountains. And for the next eight hours I’ll be dreaming about this incredible […]

What did santa surf?

By |December 28th, 2009|

It’s become a bit of a tradition to go surfing on Christmas day here in Alaska.  Well, at least for about five of us in Homer anyhow.  Every year we wonder if Santa will show up and what kind of wave slider he’ll be using. Not too surprising then when he did make an appearance for our stormy session at […]

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Petrof glacier surf – pt. 1

By |May 5th, 2009|

Let the story telling begin.

Years of talking, drooling, hypothesizing, dreaming, thinking, imagining . . Petrof Glacier, so close yet so far away.  From Homer this spot is only a 20 minute bushplane flight away. Just on the other side of those pesky mountains that so easily block the ocean swell from hitting our beaches. With the help of friends at […]

Surf Archive – January 26th, 2006

By |March 22nd, 2009|

Just a little something from the archive for a flat Sunday afternoon.

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