sc skim 4 u wrote:are there going to be age groups if so what are they
No, sorry just one group. This is a very small event, not a typical "contest". If you read some fo the write-ups on the prior 2 skimfests (on the "Picutres" page) you'll be able to get an idea of what to expect - this is really just for fun. Come on out, you'll enjoy it.
c'mon WM! don't downplay the cramik! it is by far the most anticipated skimboarding event of the year. aside from the skim part theres the fishing derby, the long drive contest, the great cramik cook off, and the drinking contest, not to mention some of the finest individuals of society today. many celebs at this event, that much i can tell you. so be there with bells on... or whatever colin said. goodnight now!
Queen of the Valley
Josh and Alex skimmed Wright's today and said it was pretty good even with the tide not being that low. I guess the beach is super steep and breaking pretty good although the swell was a little big. He also said that there were right siders coming through, but they were tough to get cus of the wash. Might be good with the lower tide on Sat.
Looking at the weather and it doesn't look good. Light rain and and w in the North Bay. Went to Santa Cruz last weekend and 26th was shut down due to a nine foot swell and extremely high tide. Limantour probably won't be any good if the w is up. My back finally healed from my skateboarding accident and I'm trying to get back to the skimboarding. Rode my first wave in three months down there in S.C. talk to you all later.
Can I come home yet?