sidewalk surfer out for delivery
Well we have made it to San Diego. Thank you to all the family and friends along the way for making it such a great trip so far.
Stopped by Mitch’s North on the way down to Custom Surf Glass/G&S, where I’ll be spending my time shaping. It’s a great feeling, knowing all of the good folks who help make it all happen. I am grateful to them all…
Well, my next work trip is shaping up (pun intended) for May ’23. The new (to us) Vanagon is being massaged and readied. Orders are starting to pile up, and Karen and I are beginning to get excited.
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Have a good one, and stay well. #mastsurfboards
Things are lining up for shaping in the fall. I am gathering commitments now for shaping slots in September/October. Get with me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in getting on the list.
first stock board in a while; 7’2″ hillbilly hull, us blanks green density. Holler at me or see it at birD’s when it’s built.
fresh from the extremely capable hands of the boys up on the hill (Bing and Jacobs), a new very light olive hillbilly hull.
Somebody better claim it before I do. I’ve got one just like it back in Cincinnati for East Coast trips, but I sure miss it.
So stoked to be back at the factory after several weeks away. In the shaping room, I’ve got four different blanks, all favorites. Hmmmm, what is the flavor of the day. I love dilemas like this one.
Coming soon to
Bird’s Surf Shed, the lima bean, a short, extra curvy HPH variant for generating speed on those small mushy days we all love so much.
The guys up on the hill are really moving these along. Look for them at
Mitch’s North soon. HPH’s (hydrodynamic planing hull/Simmons) in 5’6″ clear, 5’10” light olive, and 6’4″ caramel.
The first two HPH’s (hydrodynamic planing hull) were delivered yesterday to
Mitch’s North in beautiful Solana Beach. Stop by and check them out.