Friday, February 27, 2015

Oh my!

Talk about a Malogua! Pony and Rico check out the schematics this could become a reality.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

A little P.R. in PR

As seen in this month's Ocean Drive magazine.  
Of course,  they think I am Ritcher, as do so many Puerto Ricans.  
I've never figured out why that happens. 

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

The Next Big Thing IS HERE

This actually just happened thanks in part to the technology that keeps Malogua dreams alive.  Thank you Samsung.

hey Leon I was at the office today and I saw there was an empty spot next to Caesars and I asked him about sex parties for my son hopefully you guys can get them in there soon he's really anxious

Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy® Note Edge.

Didnt mean sex parties in last email. I used my voice recognition  on the road but obviously  it has a mind of its own. Lets get Drake Peach to work!!!!

Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy® Note Edge.

High Middles and Chest High

All is good in Ghana when you can log in trunks Mid February

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

¿Adonde vamos?

Somewhere, there's a place suitable for surfing professionals...this was not it.

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

The Dōminator - Coming Soon To a Point Near You

Paddle to Shore, Here Comes A Malogua...

More than a year in the making, The Dōminator is nearing completion.  As with many things Rincoeño, the shaping, coloring and glassing of this board has taken on a life of its own.  

A recent "preview" on The Facebook generated a fair amount of commentary.  

Sean Rampacek Looks lean and fast
David Barry Wave Hog....
John Tolly Not gonna make any new friends
Danny King BR, it's an idiot eradicating device.
Derelict Junction This one is being referred to as "The Dōminator" Sorry eh.
Leon Richter No comment
Danny King Leon, most intelligent comment I've ever seen from you! Just kidding, it's the only comment I recall seeing from you.
Miguel Godinez Nice shape. Can I knee paddle it?
Derelict Junction You could probably paddle it on your head Miguel.11'2 x 24 x 3
John Tolly Not gonna make any new friends

Allegedly, this log will be the second log of the Malogua line of logs.  Of course, when it takes 14 months to get shaped, it can be a real rush to figure out the lams.  Here's a shot of the Malogua laminates getting screened at The Uncharted Studio on Monday.  Yes, those are organic dyes.

Meanwhile, up in the mountains, West Coast legendary shaper & glasser Robb Brown applied the resin tint last weekend during the final days of his 2 month visit to PR.  His host, Jose "The Worm" Muñiz posted this photo on The Facebook this morning.  Looks like this beast will be easy to spot by the Coast Guard.

The next step is to figure out what kind of fin to put into this 11'2' x 24" x 3" beast while the glasswork is finished and then let the logging begin!