Q: How do you know it’s gonna be a good day?
A: When my car is geared up and looks like this. (pictured above)
I am a native Californian who has lived on Maui and Oahu. When I worked in the pineapple fields for Maui Land and Pineapple Company I learned the meaning of Pau Hana and so it was especially enticing to check out the Pau Hana Boards at the WutSUP Paddle and Skate Shop in Gulfport, Mississippi. I ended up buying the Oahu Nose Rider SUP board this past December, and it has become my go-to board.
I currently live in New Orleans, and I love the board, I have taken it as far south as Key Biscayne, Florida, and paddled it in Miami, Navarre Beach, Pensacola, Gulf Islands National Seashore, many rivers, bayous and beaches n Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. I have paddled it on lakes and reservoirs, and on the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. I love to share my love of paddling and the photo below was taken on a Pau Hana Thursday at Barnett Reservoir in Mississippi.
Rex Michael Dillon
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