Heh-heh, can't remember but not there. Not a very big venue, sort of quonset hut looking from outside, maybe in Gardena or someplace like that but SoCal for sure. I was NOT the designated driver so just a whole lot going on... ;)
In my thirst for the board named Sam.
I found much more
Aloha and play on brother.
His operation was initially based under the Manhattan Beach Pier, but by 1949 he had outgrown it. And from his belly we sprang forth.
You can see how fun this place was....
Look closely at these "Sams"
IMHO Keyo, you can see it, yeah?
It did not end with Sam...
An old friend asked me recently, "what about the Vee"?
I responded, that the fire is still hot and few know the truth.
And only one man, that I know of, is still seeking advancement...
I would rather be someone's shot of whiskey, than everyone's cup of tea.
i don't "buy into the lie on Sam
Keyo was the ride...
Here's some more....
This board that changed things at the Bu!!!
Please check KP's Roundup and search "SOS" for a nice example of a modern version. Kirk Putnam and Brian Hilbers have been doing them. Also check Spencer Kellogg/Paul Gross SOS design on Displacementia blog site.... http://displacementia.blogspot.com/2017/07/92-sos-model.html. I've seen models by PHD and the Spencer Kellogg/Paul Gross collaboration and both looked beautiful. I won't speculate who is ultimately responsible for this particular design.
You are a fine and informed guy...
If I told you the truth...
I would be ostracized and you would maybe shead a tear.