It was one of these that got us started on the Nudie Boards adventure, so we've just declared the ski season open. Watch this space...
"In 1971, Tom Sims, a surfer and art/geology major at U.C. Santa Barbara who occasionally betrayed a slight Jersey accent, lived an easy, counterculture-type existence in those hills along that road and at the edge of that majestic body of water.
Often with surfboards in hand, Tom and friends would begin the descent from his treehouse residence, weaving rhythmically along the asphalt on long skateboards of recycled waterskis or solid wood planks hand shaped by Tom." - SkateBoarder Magazine, 1978
Woop Woop!Check out the abbreviated email from the office of THE 'Travel Photographer of the year' competition www.tpoty.com
Now let's hope that gives him some extra glow for our Nudie Boards photoshoot next week!!
Unlike Nic's attempt today (ooops is that a sneak peak)
They've arrived :)
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