A quick trip to Baltimore for a few days. Stay on the journey
We love how this local swap unites a handful of local surfers, shapers, and artists. Even if you don’t sell (or swap) much, it’s still nice to be in the presence of other like-minded, kindred spirits. So much local talent was showcased today including surfboards by Matt Garbutt, paintings by Rick Lantz, and many more!
Check out a few photos we snapped!
Local shaper and surfer, Matt Garbutt and his lovely girlfriend! As a young shaper, Matt shows skills far beyond his age.
Beautiful glassed in wood fin by Garbutt surfboards.
Checking out some artwork and surfboards by surfer, shaper, and painter, Rick Lantz.
We are ready to take custom orders for Board Hugs surfboard bags!!
Pop up shop dog, Gidget.
Can’t wait for the next swap!
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine
Flew somewhere new. Slept in a van. Surfed cold waves. Road tripped. Drank good beer. Explored different cities. Met new friends. Enjoyed live music. Traveled.
No trip to Canada is complete without trying Poutine.
We were lucky enough to catch Maceo Parker, The Avett Brothers, and Rusted Root at the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.
At the Reversing Falls in Saint John, New Brunswick…The Bay of Fundy has the biggest tide swings in the entire world!
Our trip to Canada.
Our glass is always half full. Living each day to the fullest. So for our first post, we thought it would be perfect to write about our last date night to a little pizza and wine bar called “Half Full” in our neighboring town of Lewes.
Always remember to keep your glass half full, never half empty. Or as a friend says, completely full if you count the air.