// August 8th, 2011 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
Riders: Aaron Hadlow, Billy Parker and the LTR Team: Brian Smith, Evan Netsch, Eric Rienstra and Brandon Scheid Edit: Cineaptic Digital Media
Creative, Innovative, and Contagious! Seeking the unexpected in anticipation for the unexpected...
// July 1st, 2010 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
It’s July and I haven’t updated my blog for weeks! I’m not going to lie, it’s a little difficult when you live on an island with so much to do! Every realm of this village has an activity to participate in, no matter the weather condition: Sunny w/ no wind, no waves – Build a 55 ft A-frame Slider called “Megatron” or “M.I.T.L” (Mistake in the Lake), or surfing, kiteboarding, skateboarding vert, and enjoying great company with friends. Megatron looks sexy, but boy is she a FAILboat at the moment! I take responsibility, she’s needs some stability to be a worthy slider!
At this time, I am getting ready to participate as a team member in the Kiteboard 4 Cancer event in Hood River, OR July 9th – 11th. As a team, Real Wind Ninja’s, as we’re referred, consist of four individuals (Sensi, Dominque, Jason, and myself) united by a passion for the sport of kiteboarding and our drive to raise awareness for cancer research/support services. Check out Real Ninja’s team link, KB4C to make a charitable donation.
// May 29th, 2010 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
Check out pics of the slider that is already built and ready to rock by the guys and gals from the Liquid Force International Kiteboarding team (with a little help from me…)
In the meantime, partying with the Best krew at their Triple-S rental. Always count on the boys and girls from the LF team to help keep the party going….
// March 18th, 2010 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
I have to thank Southwest Airlines for this glorious shot! Kidding, no really, I paid for that seat and the photo came with the flight due to may payment to get close to my hometown. I have to thank Real Kiteboarding, aka Real Watersports, for supporting me, by providing two 2010 Slingshot kites as well as Liquid Force for hooking up the Auction Party with a Recoil Kiteboard
Kiteboarder Crossing 2010 is less than 112 hours from happen’n at this point. I have to give a hand to the individuals that contributed Wednesday 3/17, these individuals contributed nearly $1,ooo. Luck of the Irish, Thank you! Injured kiteboarding participant Mark Pacetti needs to be acknowledged for raising over $1,ooo and making an attempt to fly over from Miami to race in the Kiteboarder Crossing!
Southshore of Lake Pontchartrain, West End juts out as a peninsula and this will form the finish line for the 2010 Leukemia Cup Regatta Kiteboarder Crosssing race.
Weather Update (3/18)