Saturday, February 27, 2010

Thursday, February 25, 2010

It's hard to catch a comet

This is a picture story on my 29 hour non stop trip to Wrightsville Beach NC. Why you ask would a person drive all the way down there only to turn around and drive all the way back? Well for a very special surfboard thats why. I've been looking for a Cooperfish Comet for years now, and a couple weeks ago I found one down in NC. Bing, Bang, Boom! down and back thats how I roll. Pics of the board are coming so keep your pants on. -SPK

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

It's snowing wicked hard out guy!

Whens the last time you needed to use your snowboard to dig the car out? There's a ton of snow in VT right now 20-26 inches today alone with more on the way. We scored awesome powder runs this morning at Stratton MT. Get up there and get some! -SPK

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Big guys little bikes

I love the snow and the winter here in New England. In fact I just got back from laying some fresh tracks in the woods with my cross country skis or adventure skis as I prefer to call them, but some times you just itch for the summer feel. He's a few pics of me and the boys hamming it up on our 50's. Click the pic for full size. -SPK

Friday, February 5, 2010

Time travel is possible 2011 Capita graphics

In the movie "Back to the Future" Doc Brown built a time machine out of a Delorean. My friend Ryan out classed him by using a Mercury Sable. Most people would travel through time to see the future and how we're all going to live, the achievements of man kind, maybe get the lotto numbers but not Ryan he just wanted to see next years Capita graphics. The good news is the graphics are sick! The bad news, still no hoverboards. -SPK

Thursday, February 4, 2010

They moved it!

Any Outer Banks fan worth there weight in salt knows all about this house. I've been watching this dream house slowly inch its way into the Atlantic since my first visit to the windy sand spit over a decade ago. My parents brought us down to North Carolina in a motor home when I was fourteen, my brother ten, it made a lasting impression on both of us. We've both been back many times I've been twelve to be exact. Its become a ritual of sorts, something that just must be done at least once a year. The draw comes from seeing nature unmolested for the most part dueling with herself on open stretches of sand being brutalized by the relentless ocean waves and the fact that you can surf alone down there which in its self is priceless. I've spent a fair amount of time next to this house sitting watching waves. I've surfed out in front of it many times using it as reference point for how far and fast the current was pulling me. I've made mental note to myself on every visit of the houses progress into the waves and

Here's a link to the local news story and video of the atrocity Island Free Press News

River moves

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Little Miss Molly Fund

The Molly Fund was established to help Molly and her family fight her cancer, after she passed her family was inspired to help other families that where up against the same battle.

"Molly's legacy will continue and there will be some good that will surface from Molly's death. Her battle with cancer sparked the love of a community and thousands of people have rallied behind Molly, as well as our family, throughout this entire ordeal. Molly has taught us many things throughout this journey. We understand too well how very precious life is and we have come to redefine the priorities in all of our lives. Suddenly, we are able to find more time to spend with our families. We hug each other more tightly, kiss each other more passionately, and we're focused on being better parents....better people. Molly's fight has also taught us the importance of helping others. We have been blessed with an incredible amount of support, from friends, family, and strangers alike, and it's clear to us now that Molly's legacy - the Molly Fund - will remain in place in order to help other families endure the financial strain while they are helping their child battle cancer." From Molly's father Buck Rowlee