I didn't take photos today, but Jace Panebianco sent me an email that said:
Here are some photos from the run thru we did today at the Maui Arts & Cultural - Castle Theater.
Everything looked and sounded great. Please join us tomorrow, Saturday December 4th at 7:00PM
Its going to be a great night of skiing and windsurfing films.
That is going to give me the opportunity to make a post and report about a FANTASTIC wave sailing session I just had.
Well, actually right now I'm going to eat a pizza with Paolino Mazzoni with whom I had the pleasure to share the session, but when I'll be back I'll come back to this post and write about it.
The chances that the stoke will be faded away are nil.
Here's Jace's pics. Later.
Allright. The pizza wasn't exactly like Ciro a Mergellina, but it was good enough.
Back to the wave sailing session.
I remember one day last winter with a pretty big NE swell in which the whole reef of Maui's north shore was acting like a giant point break.
Who was out there will remember it. Pascal will remember it.
Well, today it was the mini version of that.
The waves were head to logo high and they were peeling right like on a point break.
The wind was light offshore and I had more than one wave that made me scream for the joy.
Turns in which, thanks to the complete lack of chop, I could feel every inch of the rail. I could feel the fins flex. And that is a very rare and precious feeling.
I'm so satisfied that I won't even check the forecast tonight...
PS. Maybe one day I'll explain the title... unless you're one of the (few) lucky owners of my book, you can't guess it.
PPS. One more day for submitting your photo and winning a WM2 dvd.