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  Topic: What to do about splintering board
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Sep 20, 2011 1:02 pm   Subject: What to do about splintering board
Oil on ply: oil might not penetrate whatever holds the layers together. Is that glue of some kind? I've never had any problems of any kind with ply using polyurethane varnish (MinWax).
  Topic: Are you calling me alaia?
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:56 am   Subject: Are you calling me alaia?
Not to get too excited about semantics

I can appreciate any country that can fill an Oxford Dictionary-sized book with various slang terms just for vomiting.

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  Topic: HPD dimension
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 4:18 pm   Subject: HPD dimension
Nice job there Poobah...I don't "go there" much any more, keep thinking this is the year I scorch the earth and then see some of Roger's stuff or some other things, think back on a lot of fun stuff, a ...
  Topic: HPD dimension
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:29 pm   Subject: HPD dimension
Alas...details have gone with the cyber-wind. Nothing lasts, least of all us. This was built closer to Roger's untimely passing and apparently I didn't have the details for an article or even a captio ...
  Topic: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Nels

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:13 pm   Subject: how do you know where you are on the wave?
i think your mate should wear a gath helmet if there is one big enough to fit

Everybody has big heads around here. This guy was just resting in his truck in the Secret Spot parking zone with 100 o ...
  Topic: HPD dimension
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:24 pm   Subject: HPD dimension
Okay...I know the thread has moved on a bit but I unearthed another photo of what can be done with wood. This is another Wayland board. Roger went to the Greenough exhibit when it was in Huntington or ...
  Topic: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Nels

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:04 pm   Subject: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Maybe I've already spent too much time outdoors...

http://vagabondsurf.com/PCHTruck0001.JPG
  Topic: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Nels

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:00 pm   Subject: how do you know where you are on the wave?
perhaps if you assume the information that your brain is receiving is only coming from your eyes/visual cortex

Down the rabbit hole indeed...take it more philosophically...how important is knowing ...
  Topic: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Nels

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:37 am   Subject: how do you know where you are on the wave?
i dont know if there is any real
difference between positional awareness comparing standup to prone.

As one who has done both for a long time, I'd have to say there is vastly more positional awa ...
  Topic: HPD dimension
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:18 am   Subject: HPD dimension
This is from deep in the memory banks, so with that in mind...

I recall the pre-bodyboard traditional Hawaiian paipo riders "sliding okole" over to the rear corner of the direction they wanted to t ...
  Topic: how do you know where you are on the wave?
Nels

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Fri Aug 12, 2011 10:47 am   Subject: how do you know where you are on the wave?
It's tough when you are riding beach break, especially if it's short-period waves or just close-out areas. One thing that will help is to watch the surf before you go out - then you can guess/anticip ...
  Topic: Any builders in San Diego?
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2011 12:23 pm   Subject: Any builders in San Diego?
but I currently lack the know-how of what makes a good board

For paipo purposes all you really need is some kind of planing surface, and flat does the job. Especially if you haven't been riding wav ...
  Topic: Rail Shape Opinions
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:17 am   Subject: Rail Shape Opinions
My personal preference, based on a long-ago conversation with with my bodysurfing engineer borther-in-law that struck my common-sense bell a thunderous blow, is for hard release edges only in areas th ...
  Topic: hoop fin board
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 3:18 pm   Subject: hoop fin board
That board's breaking the rules! It's nekkid

"...anything not naked was wrong." - Hunter Thompson

Although I have deep misgivings about the concept of "nekkid" and pointy tails...

Nels
  Topic: hjfv
Nels

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 1:08 pm   Subject: hjfv
As I understand it the Seaglass boards are just foam/fiberglass Tuna shape

Now that you mention it...when I was watching the vidclip Poobah had up there I think my mind glazed over, but I do rememb ...
 
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