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Windy, waves for the desperate

OB not sporting its best face this morning. Again showing its frumpy, hung-over summertime demeanor. Up near Kelly’s Cove I saw a few potential nuggies but for the most part it’s blown-out and crappy. With this SW wind and meager windswell a certain region within San Mateo county could be feeling the love, especially around lunchtime as the tide comes up. Supposedly this legendary break was teeming with eager wave-hounds yesterday afternoon. So, if you go surfing after work today, remember to keep it mellow and maybe give a wave away to someone. “The Werewolf” gave me a wave a few weeks ago while surfing a crowded spot and the positive vibrations of that gift are still flowing through my psyche. I feel indebted to him and would go out of my way to hook that homie in the lineup whenever I see him.

Word..

Soo.. let’s see.. the last time I spoke of the hidden Isle of Barhedral Zaharzabo the Flower of Zibe had imprinted a faint multi-colored tattoo onto the palm of my hand. I recited an ancient Zen Koan from my grandfather’s book to dislodge the Flower. When I now touch the tattooed flower petals of varying color on my hand I experience a intense rush of different emotions, depending on which color I touch. Before this moment I had taken the whole story of the Isle of Barhedral, my grandfather’s book, the propensity of members of my family to experience vivid dreams, the existence of my ancestor Marmaluke Dohefdron, the Flower Zibe and the rest of it as a bizarre yet harmless distraction. But now that my body had been permanently marked, and the dream-world of my childhood revived, I grew both anxious and determined. This was for real. I was now committed. For the next two days I buried myself in the book given to me by my grandfather. I poured over countless descriptions of journeys off the north-east coast of Africa. I studied the animism and black-magic of ancient Mali and Mauritania. I deciphered cryptic algorithms pertaining to the colored patterns within the Flower of Zibe. I did my best to translate ancient, faded Latin entries that described the sorcery and legend of my supposed ancestor Barhedral Zaharzabo. The more I read and digested, the more I realized that the hunt for this isle had consumed and captivated various members of my family for ages. There also included countless descriptions of dreams. Dreams of every sort and description. Crazy, fanciful netherworlds; arcane, pungent, olfactory revelations; grotesque, wild seductions, etc. Dreams of dizzying variety and intensity. Throughout many of these dreams appeared glimpses of colored patterns. Throughout many of these dreams also appeared mythical creatures and demons. It was startling to notice that many of the visions and characters within my own dreams of the last few days were described in this book. A guy by the name of Ghonan Klinterlock, writing in Algiers in 1645, described seeing a large red dragon with three eyes shooting arrows of glittering flame. I read dream after dream and slowly became aware of a few underlying themes within the dreams. Patterns of color (specifically red, then yellow, then green then olive then blue). Prehistoric flying creatures spitting rays of flaming death. Crystalline mountainous structures. Glittering, dripping, prehensile fangs. I began to attempt to piece together these various themes.

… to be continued

check the guy on the yellow log waiting for a set

crowds? what crowds?

glad to hear "The Werewolf" is sharing the stoke

he's the hairy handed gent
who ran amok in Kent
i'd love to meet his board shaper

bound for kauai saturday... forecast calls for flatness in the islands --- so certainly there'll be something shaking on the NorCal coast

Posted by: snake at June 29, 2004 10:50 AM

Snake, nice poem! However, legend has it that the Werewolf shapes his own boards. Sometimes heavy with extra glass, sometimes constructed out of unusual materials. In all cases, revolutionary....

If you see the Werewolf, do not anger him.

Got a few waves this morning. Nothing worth speaking about. Good to be in the water and chill out for a bit with some good, friendly vibes.

Aqua: Where the hell is my board?

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 10:58 AM

How bout installing a wave pool in the ruins at sutro baths? They could use seawater, so there would be no water costs. Orient it so the waves break towards the ocean, which means it would be offshore all summer long in those howling northwest winds. Convert the wind and swell energy that pounds that area into electricity, and power the whole set-up.

Investors?

Posted by: ls at June 29, 2004 11:00 AM

japan's ocean dome

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 11:09 AM

OB: knee - shoulder, grey, bird-bombing, currently medium light onshores and more or less surfable for those who enjoy floating, paddling, and mushy chunky smallish stuff. If you simply must sample the water, make sure to get in, say, a mile north or south from where you want to end up. I went out this morning without reading up on the extra large tidal swing and essentially swam in place for an hour. Getting out is super easy but once there be warned it's hamster wheel city.

No faster way to wake than to duckdive at 6am and realize you forgot to fasten the neck of your wetsuit! Ai yi...Cheers,

Posted by: s.s. sharkbait at June 29, 2004 11:09 AM

checkin' the surf

must have been a go

Posted by: j at June 29, 2004 11:10 AM

Yeah, I'll invest (stock market sucks) put me down for ten grand.
e, I've been in that Manadalay bay pool ...yellow log man is the lifeguard who scolded me for swimming out as far as him...he seems to consider the deep water his sole domain

Posted by: old man at June 29, 2004 11:10 AM

Posted by: bbr at June 29, 2004 11:12 AM

is that your shot, bbr? that is sick!

Posted by: steamwand at June 29, 2004 11:17 AM

e, thanks for that little distraction from work. good stuff.

jumped in MOB this morning all by my lonesome. nothing great, but good to be back in out at OB.

Posted by: lerm at June 29, 2004 11:24 AM

awesome photo bbr. thanks. that's what i'm talkin' about.

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 11:25 AM

good on ya lerminade.

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 11:31 AM

my friend brett took that. he's going to aus with my brother for a month starting july 15th. bastards.

here's another:

Posted by: bbr at June 29, 2004 11:35 AM

Snake,
I was in Kuaui a few weeks ago. The trade winds will give you something to surf on the east side at least. There were waves every day even in the abcense of a south swell. Hope you hit some.

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 11:47 AM

brr-the more stuff you post the more i want to move to the central coast. people are gonna blame you like they blame finnegan for a surf population explosion. btw-anyone read his article on barak obama in last week's new yorker. that guy is gonna make waves on the political scene.

Posted by: steamwand at June 29, 2004 11:50 AM

That wave system looks like it uses/wastes lots of fresh water. I wonder if there may be problems with land caving in where well water once kept it in place.

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 11:51 AM

the spot in the first photo is almost always complete garbage. the spot in the second photo occasionally gets good, but OB is better. i love the central coast, but it wears on you. lotsa driving, lotsa getting skunked.

Posted by: bbr at June 29, 2004 12:04 PM

Anyone know how long it takes to get to Ft. Bragg from the city? Driving of course.

Also, any recommendations on a location to stop and camp/motel etc. on the road from SF to Eureka. Extra points if there is a surf spot within walking distance in the area.

Gracias!

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 12:15 PM

Costa Rica this morning near mexi surf's house....

http://www.rovercam.com/daily/rc0005.jpg


He may be changing his name....

Posted by: tom at June 29, 2004 12:29 PM

wave near Costi's house (formerly Mexi)

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 12:30 PM

Steamwand I checked out that article about Barack Obama, I agree and I hope he wins. It sounds like he's going to. I wonder if he surfs, having grown up in Hawaii and Indo and gone to Punahou School. Finnegan failed to address that critical point in his otherwise fine article.

Posted by: eric at June 29, 2004 12:37 PM

Kaiser, best camping up there is probably patrick's point north of Arcata, Surf the mouth of the Klamith if it is working (further north). It is not a secreate spot...never a crowed as there is a lot of life in the water.

Posted by: at June 29, 2004 12:40 PM

Woody World is open for business.

http://www.surfhumor.com/Woody%20World.htm

Posted by: Bruce at June 29, 2004 12:49 PM

yeah!

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 12:54 PM

yeah, i kept waiting for finnegan to write "and then we hit lake mich for an arvo sess" but maybe it's a secret spot.

Posted by: steamwand at June 29, 2004 12:54 PM

for the Finnigan fans

Posted by: e at June 29, 2004 01:13 PM

almost didn't get out of bed...then almost didn't hit it once i saw what awaited. however, i decided to suit up and was, as is almost always the case, glad that i did as i found a few micro-peelers between the mushers. certainly nothing exciting, but great to feel the soothing power of the Pacific. peace, all.

speaking of peace...has any o' you heads seen Fahrenheit 9/11 yet? i'm jonesin' to check it out.

Posted by: ck at June 29, 2004 01:35 PM

I heard Fahrenheit/911 was one sided.

Posted by: at June 29, 2004 01:39 PM

CK,
I saw it Sat eve at 100 Van Ness. It's very good. Highly recommend to all. I'm still pissed off about the appointment of Bush in the first place. I think the selection process of the Supreme Court judges needs to be re-evaluated. The bias is too far right.
Lots of 'fair and balanced' reasons to hate Bush & Company are featured in the film.

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 01:40 PM

Hate to harsh the buzz, but although Obama seems like a good man if the article is to be believed (and I have been believing the New Yorker for a long time) & I hope that he makes it to Washington, I am prepared to believe that he doesn't surf.

It may come as a great suprise to you all the reality that most people in HI don't surf AND MANY NEVER GO TO THE BEACH! My sister was one of said people and then in a huge irony she was cast on a certain beachy TV drama after it left LA. I remember people in my HS class that had never left Oahu and didn't go to the beach. Strange but true....

And thanks to all who worked at posting the OB article. I loaned those issues to a friend and who knows what happened to them. Never got around to back ordering them and then, Niceness.

PS: god I can't stand the magnetic fields who said it is okay to play them on the radio?

Posted by: goodmorning at June 29, 2004 01:45 PM

thanks for the reviews. i will definitely check it out.

btw...New Zealand Swell...i just saw the rugger update that you posted last night. so sweet to hear of the Poms demise at the hand of your mighty ABs! can't wait for Tri-Nations. please keep this cable-poor head in the know!

Posted by: ck at June 29, 2004 01:52 PM

hey goodmorning , fair enough but those biographical facts make it far more likely than if the guy had grown up in chicago right? the lake mich arvo sess is probably a figment , everbody knows its flat and blown out in spring time, late summer / fall is the real season in chi-town

Posted by: eric at June 29, 2004 02:12 PM

Feeling Brave Kaiser?

Myers Grade Road Reefbreaks(if you dont mind repelling down some cliffs)
Anchor Bay Reefs
Salt point
Pt Arena cove
mote creek
schooner gulch
Manchester Beach is just plain fatal

avoid the rivermouths

and all the happy great white sharks you care to meet!

Posted by: at June 29, 2004 02:14 PM

Kaiser- another good place to camp up there is a spot just north of Fort Bragg (or maybe it was just south, but right outside town) called Chadbourne Gulch. It's off the highway so it's private, is sort of a surf spot though I've never seen it very good, but then again I havn't seen it much. I camped there for like 2 weeks once and never got bothered, and definitely a beautiful beach.

Posted by: wrybread at June 29, 2004 02:15 PM

Yeah the great Lakes. Being from HI & spending whatever water time I have in the great Pacific, I recently swam in a lake (a once in a decade or less prop.) and it is weird. Little bouyancy, water that is somewhat like drinking water in the mouth. Makes me really want to surf a lake, just for the experience!

And I did see the new Moore joint and it hurt- there is nothing really new there but as always, it is extra sobering to have it all organized and laid out in a neat, discreet format like a 2 hr movie. We all gotta vote early & often this time!

No hard feelings Eric!

local band Two Gallants on the radio & they are good!

Posted by: goodmorning at June 29, 2004 02:29 PM

won't clot it up but gotta plug my better half's show this Friday night at the Bottom of the Hill: it will rock. This link describes the good better than I could

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I am gonna guess that a lot of you lot will like this a bunch.

Bring back the surf!!!!!!!!

PS is Pez back?

Posted by: Goodmorning at June 29, 2004 02:33 PM


f911 offers entertaining experiences outside of our realm of everyday life, and that's why we go to the movies.

it is one-sided, but considering the media's step in line pro slant for the bush agenda, moore's is a welcome perspective. if you're against it, being informed will strengthen your resolve. if you're for it, you will have some new dinner conversation. regardless, worth checking out on the big screen.

k, political vibes done. socal this morning was fun, but windy. countdown to beantown, 25 daze.

waiting to see gumby on the cover of surfer...

what planz y'all have for the 4th? must... think... weekend...

Posted by: gvibe at June 29, 2004 02:35 PM

god surfing beats work even on a day like today. Every half hour or so something would come in to give you a taste of feeling the power (like a shoulder stretched out in front of you on takeoff). It's been a while since any real juice, but a guy can fantasize. Every paddle stroke this summer is money in the bank for fall, and the "practice" duckdives - priceless. Ft. Bragg is what - 2 1/2 hours? Pick your traffic times, the weekend adds up to an hour (of course you can get stuck behind a motor loaf anytime).

Those waves pools make you appreciate how much energy mother nature throws down even on wimpy days like today. I still think with some judicious artificial reefs to both capture swells and grow kelp outside we could have a LOT more rideable waves on the CA coast. I'd pay for that before I'd sit in a pool.

Posted by: banjo at June 29, 2004 02:42 PM

What good material did Moore put in F911 that was not in "Dude, where's my country?"

In that book, I especially like detailing the Bush/Cheney conspiracy to convince America that Iraq was related to 9/11

Posted by: blakestah at June 29, 2004 02:57 PM

Ft Bragg is 2.5 hours? hmm. It took me closer to 4.5 hours from the Sunset a few years ago. I shpoulda left earlier maybe.

Camping at Salt Point is nice. There are usually walk-in sites available even on holidays if you get there before 11am.

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 02:57 PM

I didn't read "Dude, where's my country" the movie went into detail about the long relationship between the Bin Laden and the Bush family. George W's many failed attempts at finding oil were all funded by Bin Laden's when George would run low on cash-for years. Why do the Bin Laden's need to invest in dry wells when they have all the wet ones they need?

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 03:01 PM

Reef Campground before Ft Ross is kind cool too.
As far as surf spots, its kinda meager.
Mystos, if it is breaking will be crowded.
Black Point Beach is about as mellow as it gets
right now so it might be a look for a $$$$$
Pt Areana, the cove, mote creek, schooner gulch might be worth a look

THose point/reefbreaks off myers grade are completely unreachable with out a helicopter or RanchBoat and some serious cohones

Avoid the rivermouths
the garcia, the navarro, the gualala

North Coast Brewing Co. has some good food drink

and im sure any of the helpful happy locals would love to help you find thier secret spots

Posted by: See Ranch at June 29, 2004 03:07 PM

whoa there on the naming. E? Deletions?

Posted by: at June 29, 2004 03:09 PM

deletions is an epic spot..

Posted by: bagel at June 29, 2004 03:18 PM

Mysto's is anything but a secret cause everyone in the whole frikken county will be there if there is even a hint of swell. As with that whole coast, Be Careful. ive seen the landlord twice up there, both at some of those mentioned spots.Take your chances.
better to just hit the brewery!

Posted by: glide at June 29, 2004 03:21 PM

i'd never heard of it. now i'm gonna be ON it. with my 5'6" fish! and that wave pool photo is an example of proper surfing etiquette, right?

Posted by: steamwand at June 29, 2004 03:33 PM

Red Seal Ale! yummy stuff for the post session warm up.

Posted by: glug glug at June 29, 2004 03:46 PM

Kaiser it's 4 hours minimum, north on 101 to Cloverdale then west on 128 to the Novarro mouth, then north on 1. You can go on 101 all the way up to Willits and take 20 west but it's pretty winding and not really worth it I reckon. Pt Arena Cove is about 30-45 minutes south of Bragg and is a nice break with several ditinct peaks, and a good pub. You may want to check Bowling Ball Beach too, a few miles south again. Last time I hiked there there was a clean right peeling off a reef. Elk can be worth a look if there's enough swell, it's a bit like Martyns Beach in HMB. Manchester offers up empty sand barrels when it's on but it's open to the wind. Have fun, it's a bloody nice area up there.

Posted by: NewZealandSwell at June 29, 2004 04:23 PM

Wealth of knowledge just pouring in! Thanks for all the info.

As of now, I still think the best bet is to roll as far as I can north since my final destination is Crescent City. Given there could be some south in the water, I would love to take advantage of it on Saturday. Then again, as far north as Crescent City is, the south swell could just give up around Mendo and pull inland to grab a few brews at North Coast Brew Co. South swells are strange like that so I have heard.

Thanks for the info. again! Of course if you got any k-nowledge about CC area, I am all ears.

J, you paying attention?

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 04:42 PM

curren time!

Posted by: bagel at June 29, 2004 04:42 PM

Picture Time - YEAH!

If only I could be the one in the purple dress.....

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 04:47 PM

Look closely here, I swear that banner says the following, "REEF, grab 2 girls and head to the OPEN BAR..."

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 04:49 PM

Kaiser - Be sure to check out the redwood boards (and pics of boards) at G. Nolls surf shop in CC. The longest skateboard in the world?? is also located in the shop. Try to convice the store clerk to let you borrow it. Maybe we can get the whole Niceness crew on it for a ride down one of the SF hills.

Posted by: traut at June 29, 2004 04:50 PM

Please do not post spot names on this site
E????

Posted by: at June 29, 2004 04:56 PM

Traut, I will go into ****** Surf Shop and check that out.

If anyone is ever up that way and you want to go thru that stupid-ass Drive Thru Tree in Klamath, go ahead and name drop my name. My great uncle owns that thing for what its worth.

Does that mean I am local?

For those that post with no name, it looks like you are calling yourself out on the name dropping schtik. So, sack it up, make a stupid ass name up and stick to it so you can be personally liable for what you say whether calling someone out or getting called out. Just a thought.

Posted by: Kaiser at June 29, 2004 05:07 PM

Word....

Posted by: tom at June 29, 2004 05:11 PM

that rover cam pic of CR is rotating? it automatically scrolls on their site and now checking back in, it has changed or "scrolled" here too.

Ah...computers....

Posted by: tom at June 29, 2004 05:14 PM

kaiser - i've taken notes. as far as being the one in the purple dress though...i'd rather be the chair or the rashguards....

Posted by: j at June 29, 2004 05:37 PM

OR THE STRAWS IN THE SODA!! YEAAAAH!!!!

Posted by: j at June 29, 2004 05:39 PM

Kaiser,
Is it that purple is your favorite color or do you just like that dress? ;)

Posted by: Dennis at June 29, 2004 05:52 PM

i think he forgot the "on" in his original post

"If only i could be ON the one in the purple dress..." -Kaiser

Posted by: j at June 29, 2004 06:10 PM

bstah,

the info isn't new, but i really appreciated the testimonials from the soldiers in iraq, and the mother who lost her son. those are experiences that i will never have. also his humor and film antics are pretty funny. nothing like seeing that information packaged on the big screen.

getting scurfy, need vitamin sea

Posted by: gvibe at June 29, 2004 06:30 PM

ck A pleasure to relate the rugby results. Aussie totally dicked the poms over the weekend, 51-15. They let in a couple of tries though, which NZ did not (a huge point of pride back home is defence, just like SA). Clive Woodward is heading home with his tail between his legs.
I got digital cable hooked up a couple of weeks ago, we'd gone without the telly for 3 years till I couldn't take the lack of footy any more. Best deal I could get was $27/month to get 75 or channels inc' FoxSportsWorld (rugby) and Speed (motorbike road racing). Worth a look if you're desperate.

Posted by: NewZealandSwell at June 29, 2004 07:50 PM

Surprise article coming soon from a sensitive, insightful female surfer. I'll post the link tomorrow.

Moore is an irritating jerk. But I'm a republican and I can't vote for Bush so I won't mind seeing him out. Wish the repubs would nominate McCain or Rice or Powell or anyone else. Please, someone brighter and less arrogant. I miss Bill.

I really want to surf one of those wave pools.

Heading to SC on Thursday night for an extra long weekend. Kaiser is unavailable for a photo shoot, but if you other peeps head down, zip me a message.


Posted by: Bruce at June 29, 2004 08:34 PM

Wave pools---pass. Waaaaaay too few excuses.

Posted by: Klooless Kook at June 29, 2004 08:43 PM

Interesting side-note to William Finnegan's Barack Obama article... The candidate that he was running against, Jack Ryan, is the guy who dropped out of the senate race last week due to a sex scandal.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uslatest/story/0,1282,-4245753,00.html

Posted by: mwsf at June 29, 2004 09:19 PM

Really weak out there this morning. Hope that south rolls in soon.

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