danny1 wrote:hahah mate that's a lovely story! brought a little tear of joy to my eye! very nice.
Thank you Danny!
The Decorator wrote:
Can't make a comparison as I've never been to Cali but can tell you a little about the Sunny coast to help you make your own..........
Archy_is_God wrote:How's this for a teaser?
http://magicseaweed.com/photoLab/viewPh ... toOfTheDay
Archy_is_God wrote:You ever go over to Old Woman's?
shackattack2 wrote:Pic taken in front of the house
I'd broken my toe the day before and tried paddling out and just got smashed on the shorey. My partner thought I was nuts. I was hopping down to the beach on one leg....."what the f**K, you can't even walk never mind surf". So perfect there was no way I couldn t try. I just sat on the balcony all day in silence watching flawless spitting barrels. 17KM beach with hardly anyone out???? Pretty gutted I missed out. And to add insult to injury the usual sea breeze didn't come up and it stayed offshore all day!
That big storm has left some nice banks though. Just got back out today and had some sick bazzas
Poo Stance wrote:Hey. Nice piece bud. Done well to condense your journey into that. Some q's if u dont mind.
Any plans to expand any of those chapters?
How did you end up selling the piece? You approach them?
They using the pictures as well? And is there image size/resolution issues for the mag if they want to use the pictures?
Thanks for sharing.
Poo Stance wrote:Cool. Thanks for that. Looking forward to hearing more. We drove the Gibb in a '77 rear wheel drive datson 120y. The car drank more water than us.
Did you drive to Mitchell Falls off the Gibb? Thats the one place I regret not visiting in Oz, but from the stories we heard there was no way our car or us would make it there and back alive.
Here's us tackling the Pentacost, thankfully it hadn't rained in a while.
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