Thank You Alaska for another great trip. And what a pleasant privilege it is arriving home to a few fun waves and a new swell on the way.
Kelly Slater finding some serenity in Malibu.
Spent the day with Slater and Strider in Malibu and found a few empty peaks right before dark. Then Kelly left for Tahiti.
The birth place of film with a historical collection of the first Kodak cameras, libraries and living quarters of it’s founder George Eastman. Also currently on display, the Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera exhibit showing his photographs used as reference to create the classic painting of American culture.
A day at the races with Mike McCarthy of Todd Pletcher Stables. With an abundant attention to detail and care for the crew and horses, they are a well run team. It was a pleasure to see it in action. Stop Shopping Maria, getting prepped and taking the lead, won by a large margin.
Taking just a few minutes to really relax rejuvenated while a boat wake found a nice corner. Canandaigua, NY
Taking it easy sailing past a barn from 1898, Lake Canandaigua, N.Y.
Destination upstate N.Y. via the Chicago O’Hare airport.
One of my favorite places in Los Angeles - The Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax. The Taschen Bookstore, now featuring Linda McCartney’s life in photographs. And Moishes, my uncles restaurant serving grandmas original recipes.
After a day in the classroom talking with Brooks Institute’s underwater students, we took a day trip to the Channel Islands. It felt great to get a couple dives in and float through the giant kelp forests.
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