Attention on deck! The Commander's daughter is on board. The teenie wahine pictured above is Rotorhead's youngest. She's on a board that she, her sister and Dad made together (she also helped design the artwork). Baby Queens, Waikiki.
Okay, so it could be about chest level. But, knee high is perfect for the yak (what did cdr rotor head call yak surfing? oh yeah, goat surfing)......besides, I'm not 18 anymore! sidenote: when i was a puke in the navy, we referred to officers as zeros...Os...rotor head is no zero. it would have been my privilege to serve under a co like him.
When you see girls in the park sunning themselves, you know that Summer has finally arrived. It's about freaking time!
"But, at least for a couple days, heat is king. That much was clear Monday at San Francisco's Ocean Beach, where the strange, bright ball that suddenly appeared in the sky created a near frenzy, causing hundreds of people to engage in behavior seen recently only in tropical regions." - SF Gate.
Veteran New Zealand yachting commentator Peter Montgomery is predicting the next America's Cup will be held in Europe
Larry Ellison and his BMW Oracle Racing team won the cup off Alinghi in a multi-hull best-of-three race off Valencia in February this year and had widely been expected to set up the next regatta around San Francisco.
BUt Montgomery claimed on Radio Sport today that the State of California was broke and the financial clout required to host such an event will come from Europe.
Montgomery predicted the regatta would held in La Maddalena in Italy and will be raced in multi-hulls.
However, Montgomery believes the multihull decision could result in a small revolution from challengers with Team Origin already indicating it is not interested in multi-hulls.
A Bay Area kayaker lived a real life shark tale and survived to talk about it.
Adam Coca, 45, came face-to-face with a great white shark over the weekend while kayaking near Pigeon Point off the San Mateo Coast. The Pinole resident was fishing in his kayak near Bean Hollow State Beach, in an area known as the "Red Triangle," where great white shark sightings are not uncommon when the shark chomped down onto the bottom of his 13-foot boat with its sharp teeth. [more]