/*23 Breaths: Party like the Mayans!*/

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Party like the Mayans!


One down, the Newport Beach Film Festival has gone off  (they had to add another showing of  Lost & Found which bodes well for the SDSFF)

Next up

The Hand Plane Hoedown is scheduled for Saturady May 5th

Checking the surf forecast this morning and it looks like there will be swell!

I will be bringing mellow yellow and my 4th Gear Flyer Fatty for anyone interested in giving it a go.


> San Clemente State Beach
> Date: Saturday, May 5th
> Time: Sunrise to ???


This is not a contest in any way, shape or form. Just a day of fun (ie. Fish Fry) to celebrate the handplane. NO POSTERS, NO BANNERS, NO SALES, NO T-SHIRTS. All word of mouth. This event is for everyone, from the first time garage made handplanes, to the super refined handplanes that are being sold in shops. If you're into the food tray thing, bring that too. There will be representatives with Demo Planes from Hess, Surfcraft Co-op, Enjoy, and Brownfish, plus any and all other company's are welcome to bring handplanes for the masses to try-out. Please spread the word via facebook, twitter, instagram, etc. Also, a good old fashioned phone call to your Bro would be greatly appreciated.

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Just as the soreness is starting to diminish and your sunburn is starting to heal



It's back to the theater for the San Diego Surf Film Festival

As I mentioned above they had to add another show for Lost & Found so the public appetite for surf filmery is on the rise. It must be the Viagra in the water supply

So many good surf movies in one place (Bird's Shed) your head will explode!

BTW if I was without the Nautilus Pass and was buying individual tickets I would GET THEM AHEAD of TIME. You may ask,  "Prana, how can you do things "ahead of time" doesn't this necessitate time travel of some sort?"

Not in this case but I do admire the question.

It means you order your tickets online before showing up for the movie.


AND

CARRY ON

These events will be igniting the stoke for the Summer of 2012, 
which if you believe the Mayans, and I have no reason not to because they have never lied to me before and they have actually shown a great deal of foresight in these as well of other matters, 
but the point is this may very well be the last summer before the world ends 

so you know you want to make this a good one. 

Go to the HoeDown and Go to the Show 

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