Saturday, 26 April 2008

The last of the Olo in Dunedin

Today was the last session on the '13ft of wood', and the remnants of the big south swell greeted us in the morning with a light offshore grooming some solid 4ft peelers.
A collection of classic boards lay across the beach, and the session turned into a morning of board swapping amongst the crew.
Below- Local stylemaster Homer, instantly dialed into the Olo and undeniably stamped his style.

Jay then took the Olo reins back (above) swapping his fav board with Homer(two below)

Below- Jay formed some solid lines on Homers wood veneer longboard by Dunedin shaper Skep.

Below, Hayley on the Olo, and Pete finding a fast line.

Above- Sophia blew everyone away dropping into this 4ft peeler, and drawing a nice long line, and further along past the section, below left. Right- her mate Mike

Above Steev and a resident observer



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