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dooder. beautiful photo. the grommer looks like he is in his element. how are things up yonder?
Wow. A little slice of heaven you have there. Both your son and the beach. I’ve got 3 kids and I love them dearly.
The beaches we go to are a bit different. Nowhere near as placid and sans the tidal pools. Enjoy!!!
That little bro is going to be ripping in a few years!
I cant wait to hear him complain about how is dad makes him ride all these “weird” surfing crafts. he wont realize it at that time but those weird crafts are going to form him into a well rounded stylemaster!
Thanks for sharing, JP.
Even though most of us blog readers will never meet, it’s very cool to see a picture like this come across.
Waves to ya,Lamont
He’ll be having to sneak a friend’s thruster out into the lineup to get in some high-performance surfing. Oh snap!
“He’ll be having to sneak a friend’s thruster out into the lineup to get in some high-performance surfing. Oh snap!”
Nah, that’s what bonzers are for! Great pic JP!
Great pic JP, already framed at home?
the grommets are frothing mate!
that kid loves sand.
ur stoked. Fire your babysitter and buy him a sandbox.
It’s a bummer that all the sand is gone in Encinitas and you had to take this picture in Pismo Beach.
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor - Leucadia, CA 1970