Wednesday, May 29, 2013
I had a little damage on my noserider. It's funny because I just had someone ask me about repairing a wood board. I told them it was no big deal and easier than fixing a foam board. I have had my share of practice since my boards get dinged up from time to time. I started by drilling some small holes and cutting out the bad section with a razor knife. The rest was pretty easy.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
I just finished one and don't see myself making anymore for awhile. I'd like to thank Rick and Joshua at Surfari Surf Shop in Ormond Beach. They have been selling my boards and treating me right.
Also thanks to Joni and Scott at Ocean City Surf Company in Flagler Beach. Real nice people and selling my newest evolution boards.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
All the rain we've had lately was perfect for wet sanding. I'm happy with that finish and I'm glad this one is done. It finished out at 9' 7", width 23 1/2", nose 17", tail 16" and thickness 2 7/8". This one has a lot more rocker than most of my boards. The nose has 2" and the tail is 4". When you compare it to my nose rider you and see a lot more in the nose. I don't know the weight. It's probably about 23 lbs.