Wyland Gallery WaikikiWhat a day for surfing! It was one of those days that doesn't happen often but when it does you have to take full advantage. The conditions were perfect, the water was glassy, the surf was amazing, and I had it all to myself... for about three hours. The highlight of the morning was a long wall I was able to hang five on, five toes over the board. It was a ride that seemed to last forever and something I haven't done since I left surfing years ago. Maybe it has something to do with school starting, but my morning surf outings have been especially peaceful. I did meet some cool people that day who were visiting from Australia and invited them, and their families, to the Wyland gallery where I would be drawing that night. The laid back aloha spirit of Hawaii makes it easy to meet new people even in a busy city like Waikiki. There was a great turn out at the gallery and I had a chance to visit with people from all over the world. Here are a few pictures of me at the gallery. Aloha to my new Aussie friend, Gary!
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