Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Could Be Worse, Could Be Raining!

Yes that's me, El Salvador 2004. Click on it, it's undeniable. The weak chin, wide stance, it's all me.
I never would be so vain as to publish a photo of myself, even one with a great cut back, but Juancho called me a liar. That is in between complaining about the pace, the bad weather and the length of the ride. You have to love a guy that invites you on a ride when it's raining and then spends the next hour talking about how hungry he is.
w.b.z.n.

8 comments:

juancho said...

I am still hungry. Wait, maybe I'm thirsty.

Human Wrecking Ball said...

I think beer was mentioned.
Right now magnum is trying to calculate the wave height so he can discredit me. All I know is; it was double over head (outside) and he never got any waves when I was in the water at North Jetty.

Magnum said...

It's a nice cutback, for sure.

You must have been much shorter in '03 and now that I think about it, weak chin & wide stance, there was this one guy who always rode in front of me on the bumpy part of the wave, WOW, small world.

Human Wrecking Ball said...

That is weird. I used to have to go into the bumpy part of the wave to get around some guy that was always out of position on the inside. He was going so slow eventually he would just plop over the back.
I wonder if there is a connection?
You should post some pictures on your blog, maybe we can solve this.

BIGWORM said...

Wrecking Ball, talking about food and hunger is clydesdale 101. You and I have been riding together long enough that you should know this! In fact, clydesdale riding partner credo dictates that, "If said clydesdale is too weary to conjure proper food imagery, then clydesdale riding partner must assume command of nourishment description." Sheesh!!

Human Wrecking Ball said...

My Bad.

juancho said...

I had to eat a goo just to make it through the 10 minute car ride on the way home.

Magnum said...

It's tough to get images from the photogs, you know, once they've sold them to the magazines.
I'll look though.

I wasn't slow, I was soul. And the plop over the back, that was a rad soul-air.