After Surf Expo, we went straight to the East Coast to try to catch a little of that swell from Hurricane Bill, before driving back to California.
Hunter Joslin, inventor of The Indo Board, bought YIN AND YANG, an original Drew painting, and we said we’d deliver it and spend a night with Hunter and his better half, Georgette.
I hope Hunter doesn’t get mad for me outing him like this – but when you walk into his spacious home, you see “toys’ everywhere! As Drew put it, it looks like a bunch of teenage boys live there.
Indo boards, work out equipment, motorized trikes, artwork and gadgets. That’s what keeps Hunter so young, I think.
We surfed out front of Bill Bringhurst’s house in Melbourne Beach. Mark Longnecker joined us for dinner that night for some Thai and Sake.
After maybe too much sake, Drew and Hunter ran around the house wearing 3D glasses, looking at all the paintings on the walls.
The next morning, Hunter broke out the motorized trikes!
Then, we were off to the Space Station for some education, and decided to stay in Cocoa Beach that night with Longnecker so we could watch the 1:30 a.m. Space Shuttle liftoff on the beach. But that’s tomorrow’s story….
Life is Good!