Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Friday, December 12, 2008
Begin forwarded message:
Date: December 12, 2008 2:20:31 PM PST
To: Todd Spector
Subject: Standing Log Search
As we celebrate the latest addition to your quiver, I realize that I should articulate and activate my secondhand Harbour wish list.
Here is a list of boards I would love to add / upgrade to my quiver.
9'8" Wingpin - 2 + 1 fin set-up. I would consider going up to 9'10" on this board, but don't think I should go any bigger or it will get to be too much of a log for where it fits in my quiver - an all around board that can be logged and can charge up to double overhead marias & wildo and slightly smaller doggies. My current Wingpin is transforming nicely into a log in its advanced age. Max price $600 - whadya think?
9'11" - 10'2" Banana. My Banana is a true piece of genius, but the glass is so brittle that it's almost beyond the point of repair. I may go for one more round with Dave Stiles. I would pounce on a quality replacement, but since I have the cranberry stick too, I am not exactly desperate and want to make sure my next Banana is a real piece of J. Based on your recent purchase, I am putting top price at $550. Of course, I would love to pay only $400! That was the deal of the decade.
10' Sol - An unlikely board to find on the used rack, but might as well add it to the list. My current Sol is 9'8" and I would consider going past 10' if the board still looks fast and manageable enough for Tres (although I suspect I may be SUP primarily at Tres going forward - we'll see). I will pay up to $750 for the right Sol
Of course, I am hoping to find each of these for far less than my max prices, but I put them in there so you can feel comfortable pulling the trigger if the right board comes along and I can't be reached because I am logging one of my current Harbours.
There you have it.
HAPPY MALOGUA. I am landing in Boston and flying back to PR on Sunday
Sunday, December 07, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
40 Years after Loggers first assembled in Rincón for the World Surfing Championships, we are going to be raging under the stars, with film, music and wine. Wish all Maloguas were here!!!