Casey’s Blog: Well I gotta keep the Action going! Conditions have been amazing this November on Da reef. Enjoy the flight.😉😁
A Cool little drone vid of myself and the Red Barron in Windsurf Wave Foiling action. This was one of the crappiest days on Da reef all year, and still an insane amount of fun WWF. Big Thanks Marty for posting the vid.👍😁
Wind: 10-18mph, Sail: 4.7 Naish Lift, Foil: Go Foil Maliko, Board: 6’6″ Reef Warrior Custom😉
The 2017 Reef Warrior chili cook-off is in the books, Thanks to every one who brought chili. They were all good, the voting was close. A single vote decided the winner and there was a tie for 2nd.
After a vote off, 2nd place was awarded to Joe, in his first chili
Sydney , also a first timer took home the hardware this year.
The highlight of the night (other than the chili) was “The Rain water” rum fountain. A genius creation by our Mad Scientist, Cam.
A great reef sunset was enjoyed by all.
to view the end of year video.
In my excitement to share the video post of the Once Around the Wreck paddle I forgot to add these links to photos from the labor day paddle.
And a quick reminder, Chili cook -off will be September 30th, at Caseys place, ledge 4, please have your chili warm and delivered between 4 and 5 pm.
Crock pot cooker bags will be available for pick up the weekend of 9/23 here at ledge 12.
Hope to see everyone there!!!!
Thanks to everyone who braved the chill to participate/help out/ and share photos for the Once around the Wreck Paddle.
Even though the morning was a bit cold with a very uncommon east wind we still had a great turn out for this event. 70 + paddlers braved the elements. Give yourselves a round of applause!
The magic of the Reef was apparent the whole weekend, as the early morning chill made way to a warm day with a nice east wind that created a breezy, flat water, fun Hobie day. Then the remains of Hurricane Harvey cleared the beach in record time and left us with a Sunday Funday.
Waking up to waves for breakfast, a 2+ hr surf session turned into a great day for the sailors lucky enough to be here.
Big winds were forecast for Labor day Monday although they never materialized, it was an outstanding day, the warmth and sunshine provided a perfect day at the Reef.
Here is a video recap of the paddle and funday Sunday.