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Open Thread from TjPosted August 26th, 2007 12:16 AM
Wow, what a night! Two sold out shows, standing room only on the late show. We thank everyone who came out tonight and hope all had a good time. Thanks for bearing with us through that technical glitch during the 1st show. Fortunately we had back-up equipment but more so, the patience and love everyone should through the delay was most appreciated.
Folks we're partyin! We even had to make a beer run. The crew went through 12 - 24 bottle cases of that killer Mahou Ole' Spanish brew. Huge props to the folks a Mahou for their generous donation, can't wait to find that stuff in the stores. There's more if....
Plug from tcPosted August 22nd, 2007 03:03 PM
Plug from TjPosted August 20th, 2007 09:22 PM
1st Show - SOLD OUT! - 25 Tixs for 10pm show will be sold at the door, starting at 8pm (first come - first serve).
Check out the thread: awesome surf stories from our movie ticket giveaway contest!
That's right, 8pm show is sold out! Gonna be another awesome tribe gatherin! Ticket sales shut-down at about 4pm, after that its an at-the-door thing if we have any left. Click the pic to buy tiks. WYATT breaking in here:(HA HA HA TJ)If there are tickets left for the 10 show, we'll post here at 4:30 to let you know if it's worth coming to the door. Again, thanks to the NEO-LOCALS for their support and knowing how to have a good party. The beer is AWESOME and food will kick asssss too!
Forecast from tcPosted August 17th, 2007 01:27 PM
OK, so I'm just updating the thread here Sunday afternoon.
Looks like Jamaica is in for a bit of a blow, and thoughts and and prayers go to the people there. There has been very tight agreement with the computer models and there's really no reason to trust that Dean will continue on a W slightly NW track. Intensity forecasts remain pretty scary, keeping this thing a major hurricane until it hits land. The forecast track looks like this thing will hit the Yucutan, dissipate and re intensify as it hits water again, then making landfall somewhere south of Texas. This track really isn't great for waves anywhere. Maybe there will be a short period of action along the Panhandle, or if you're super desperate, Texas. But who travels to Texas for waves?
Since the pressure has dropped a good bit, the pressure gradient will tighten locally and winds should be up for most Sunday and Monday. Should be some ridable chop. Take what you can get in August.