Why, oh why is there people in this world with so much hate!! I truly cannot understand it. But then, maybe I’m just lucky. Most of the people I see, surf with and… Continue reading

Nearly really good!!

This morning here in Currumbin the waves were pumping. Just you had to be all over the beach to get them. The tide was high with the full moons phase making it too… Continue reading

Fun Afternoon Sesh.

Windy this morning. I thought it was going to be pumping, but thankfully (as I was a bit dusty from last night) the waves were below average. Tomorrow might be a different story… Continue reading

Good times

Probably over used in my vocab but tonight was full of them. The right guys having the right drinks at the right place. It was a nice finish to a great day boozing… Continue reading

First Sunday of ’15

Easterly early turning Sth east mid morning. The waves turned on around lunchtime and came with 30 degrees of sun and my 50+ sun cream struggled to keep up. Luckily for me the… Continue reading


It’s amazing what your brain can do. Highs and lows, ups and downs. I needed a walk this afternoon so I waited for the sunset colours to arrive and took the short walk… Continue reading

Moreton Island.

2.5 hours travel from Currumbin and you get this… unspoilt white sand and crystal clear waters filled with fish and other sealife all accessable only via 4×4. There are houses there to stay… Continue reading


These were the pics I tried to put on for yesterday. Something went wrong… I don’t think it was the blurriness of the festivities of the night before but here they are anyway.… Continue reading

Happy new Year!!!

It’s been a hectic last couple if days. Moreton Island equals no phones or internet and except for thecurrumbin I didn’t miss it at all. Tons of pics of the beautiful paradise coming… Continue reading

Rainy day blues.

5am and it’s onshore and pouring rain. All night long it bucketed down helping my sleep and at the same time keeping me awake. The waves were messy and a slight angle change… Continue reading

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