terça-feira, junho 30, 2009


I could not resist posting yesterday´s Wavetoon Post..
It´s mind-blowing.. :D

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segunda-feira, junho 29, 2009


Hardcore Portuguese spot..

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quarta-feira, junho 24, 2009

Surf Roots

Surf roots at Pipe and Backdoor :D

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P.s. Heading off to Cuba today...

terça-feira, junho 23, 2009

segunda-feira, junho 22, 2009

Room with a view

Wake up in the morning, look outside and it´s perfect...
Happiness and Joy is all around..
Enjoy life every single day... Every single moment..
Right here right now..
The present moment...

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P.s. Greetings from Jamaica

domingo, junho 21, 2009

International Surfing Day

Celebrate and surf your brains out :D

Welcome Mr. Summer

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P.s. I´ll be around the caribbean for the next week, so I don´t know if I can keep the blog updated. ;)

sábado, junho 20, 2009


“The Biscuit is rad...but since four fins are what all the cool kids are riding these days..might as well turn the Biscuit into the Fishcuit. It’s the perfect combo of the Skinny Fish and The Biscuit, two of my all time favorite surfboards. If you like going fast and feeling like a million bucks then jump in and enjoy the glide.” - Rob Machado

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sexta-feira, junho 19, 2009

Surfer Girl

Surfer girls flick...

This one is for all you surfer girls.. and also for the future to be surfer girls :D

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quinta-feira, junho 18, 2009

quarta-feira, junho 17, 2009

Beyond the Barrier

Beyond The Barrier directed by award-winning film maker Joe Cheshire takes you into the lives of some of the worlds best surfers who happen to be from or on the East Coast of The United States. Filmed on Location in 2008 during one of the best years for surf the East Coast has seen in recent memory. From epic Hurricane swells to freezing winter conditions come find out what it is like Beyond the Barrier. Starring Cory Lopez, Ben Bourgeois, Pat Gudauskas, Jesse Hines, Lucas Rogers, and many more.

Some air time :D

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terça-feira, junho 16, 2009


Great logging from the Orient..

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P.s. Be heedful and you´ll find peace within :D

segunda-feira, junho 15, 2009

terça-feira, junho 09, 2009


Great line...

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P.s. I will be in a meditation retreat till next sunday, so no posts till then.
May you all be well..
See you next sunday..

segunda-feira, junho 08, 2009

Fresh Fruit for Rotten Vegetables

This should be a great one...

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domingo, junho 07, 2009

Sunday Chill Out

Chill out..
Election day Today..

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P.s. Got some funny waves with the twinzer ;)

sábado, junho 06, 2009


Me with my teardrop funny board...
Everyone one asks me? What´s that?
It´s really fast :D

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sexta-feira, junho 05, 2009

True Performance

Rob is the man...
My all time favorite surfer..

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P.s. What a tube rideeeeeeeeeeeee

quinta-feira, junho 04, 2009

quarta-feira, junho 03, 2009

Xavier No Cry

Really love to hear Xavier.. It´s so mystical..

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terça-feira, junho 02, 2009


Maverick’s or Mavericks is a world-famous surfing location in Northern California. It is located approximately one-half mile (0.8 km) from shore in Pillar Point Harbor, just north of Half Moon Bay. After a strong winter storm has occurred in the northern Pacific Ocean, waves can routinely crest at over 25 feet (8m) and top out at over 50 feet (15m). The break is caused by an unusually-shaped underwater rock formation.

Mavericks is a destination for some of the world’s premier big wave surfers. Very few riders become big wave surfers; and of those, only a select few are willing to risk the hazardous conditions at Maverick’s. An invitation-only contest is held there every few winters, depending on wave conditions.

The First Mavericks Pioneers - In early March of 1961, three surfers, Alex Matienzo, Jim Thompson, and Dick Knottmeyer, decided to try the distant waves off Pillar Point. With them was a white-haired German shepherd named Maverick, owned by a roommate of Matienzo. Maverick was used to swimming out with his owner, or with Matienzo, while they were out surfing.

The trio left Maverick on shore, but he swam out and caught up with them. Finding the conditions too unsafe for the dog, Matienzo paddled back in and tied Maverick to the car bumper, before rejoining the others. The riders had limited success that day, surfing the tail end of the break and generally deeming the conditions too dangerous.

They decided to name the point after Maverick, who seemed to have gotten the most out of the experience. It became known as “Maverick’s Point”, and later simply “Maverick’s”.

In Mavsurfer.com

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segunda-feira, junho 01, 2009

We can

Once in a while I have to see these videos...
It keeps me focused and centered..
Truly Amazing..
Tears of Joy and Happiness come down my face every single time I watch them race..

May You all be Happy and Compassionate to each other..

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