Time is short we say, and it is because we’re working all the overtime we can to pay for the crap that we think should make us surf better.
My business is totally dependent on tourists, and last year I was happy to look after some really great people. I want these really great people to come back and enjoy the town, I don’t want to hear them saying they had to avoid the town centre because it was so roug
A huge high pressure has settled over the south of England and I’ve been enjoying the sun over in Boscombe, Dorset for the last few days. You’ll probably know Boscombe as the site of the UK’s first artificial surf reef. … Read More
The last few days have been beautiful in Newquay. We’ve had 16 degrees air temp (which is about 6 degrees higher than the average for this time of year), some very surfable waves and an air of happiness amongst visitors … Read More
Going undridden of course! The big pit is at Watergate, again from The Day, and the other shot is the conditions at Towan Beach, Newquay.
Hoo! Just got in from a hectic kitsurf session at Watergate Bay, for a change I wasn’t testing any kit for Kitesurf Magazine and was using my own gear – a 7m SLE from last year and an old custom surfboard … Read More
I woke today, and with Kitesurf mag all sent off to print the day before, found myself with not a lot to do. Everyone was at work, but that didn’t matter because as I have learned over the many years, … Read More
Well, it is with heavy hearts that we learn Josie, who lives in my house with Rob, Phil and I, is leaving us as of 4th January 2009. Josie and her fella Matt are going for a big trip through … Read More
Back in the summer, the crew from Fat Sand came down to Cornwall to film their new instructional dvd for landboarding. This is the first land kiting dvd the guys have produced but you may have seen their excellent Progression: Kitesurf … Read More
There’s no denying it: over the last few years we’ve seen a near complete reversal of fortune regarding budget accommodation in Newquay. Once, if you wandered down Headland Road, you’d find a colourful world of surfers, travellers, hippies and regular … Read More
The last few days I’ve been testing kites like mad for Kitesurf mag and we couldn’t have had better conditions for it. Strong north winds have been blowing down here in Cornwall and Daymer Bay and Hawkers cove have been … Read More