Is that a real poncho?
Is that a Mexican poncho?
Or is that a Sears poncho?
I worked on his house in Laurel Canyon. Interesting man. Still a huge fan.R.I.P. indeed.
Hey 'Verb, It's because those damn magazines are here.
Hahahaha! You guys are the best and most interesting group around. Ryan used to work at Fiberglass Hawaii and now he's going around shaping so we thought it would be cool to follow up with him. It's funny too what Reverb said about the one handed planing technique of the aussies...Ryan had some pretty interesting words to say about that. I have a clip that I can post on here that will make you all laugh but I want to make sure he's okay with it first. We just want to show different shapers, at different stages in their career, in different areas that we deal with...that's all. We always welcome suggestions for videos or interviews so don't hold back from telling us what you guys want to see, we'll do it, for real.
Fiberglass Hawaii Inc.
"Providing Fine Fiberglass Materials Since 1966"
Unfortunately it too L8 for that.
Hear the call to arms!!!
We march against the Fiberglass Hawaiians at dawn!
Victor per git ad spolia!
just have fun!
Dead do yo really think you could get an organized Army from swaylockians? Here is how it go. First call to arms would go Ok as long as beer and a Fish fry were offered. After that it would be all down hill. The first thing would be, everyone would argue over who makes the best spear. Then of course the best method and materials for swords building. People would disagree on the best size swords for different type of fights. What is the best shape and size for a shield? should it be more aero dynamics? weight VS protection. I don't want to think about what would happen if someone bought a spear made in China!
Fiberglass Hawaii can relax. The first sign of a 6 foot swell with off shore breeze would put an end to any siege anyway.
Roman shield art would look great on a mini Simmons
According to Mikki Dora Malibu went to the Dogs in 1964. The Chumash Indians will tell you it was 1664.
Guess this 'roast' is ............. over!
In the meantime take a look at Brad here....... he has REALLY simple surfing equipment, no hidden agenda and his surfing speaks for itself!
Bruce-------- You can usually find the green soft floats at the end of the aisle with all the stucco and drywall tools. in the front of the store near the sheetrock concrete block etc. I bought one recently. Green soft foam. The best hard block I have is a wooden mahogany trowel that I took the handle off of. Most of my blocks are hand made from wood with various densities of EVA glued to them. I bought a couple of nice handmade blocks a few years back at the estate sale of the late great Chris Vandervoort(sp?). I also don't mind at all buying new and interesting blocks and hand tools from the likes of Greenlight, Foam EZ and Fiberglass Hawaii. I like the balsa block made by Flexpad that I got from Foam EZ. I bought a new-fangled "fred" tool from Greenlight recently and the High density foam block that Fiberglass Hawaii sells is the best block for fewest bucks. Lowel
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
AND----------- Fiberglass Hawaii is da kine. And I am glad they turned Grant loose on the internet. The webpage is up and running and I dig the vids. Really enjoyed the shaping video with Ben and the interveiw with Dave Gott. Grant you should go over to Maui and do some stuff on Jeff Timpone or Matt Kinoshita. Or the classic would be Gramp's "Rockin' Chair Ding Repair". Lowel
Thanks McDing. I have a Kinoshita profile coming in February. I was able to meet Timpone but he was on his way out the door but he was really nice. I've got to look into the Gramp's place...sounds awesome.