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 Wow you guys have some great memories and picture I.Ds.

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 Yeah, thankfully we didn't fry all our brain cells in the 70's...  Roger "Doc".
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The halfpipe in my backyard
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oh yeah, here too:



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Originally Posted by Wallos77
Downhills at Makakilo (lived there)
Stoker Hills, Waipahu
Wallos, Hawaii Kai
Uluwatu, Hawaii Kai
Aala Park, Downtown Honolulu

And many places to surf too! I love the south shore during the summer.

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Eh Wallos77,

Where in Makakilo did you live? DO I KNOW YOU?!!!

Johnnie Blalack - Grad Campbell '87
Worked HIC Pearl Ridge '88 - '90 (GO TEAM HIC!)
Grew up in Waianae - moved to top of Makakilo during high school time - skated all those places you just described + Pearl Ridge, Zones Phase I and II, Highland Intermediate - Pearl City High School ROOF TOPS, etc etc etc.

OR do you know...
Mark Egdamin (Ewa Beach), John Foster, Matt Towne or Leo Nakayama? - also from Makas.

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Hey MomonaBoe,was Kona the one in Wildwood,right off the boardwalk?I remember skating a little park there back in the day.Digging thru some stuff the other day and I found my old Kona skateboards long sleeve mesh jersey.Aaah what memories.

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My brother's first surfboard was a Kona from Wildwood.   Mine was a heritage from Sea Isle City.  All of my summers from about 3rd grade on were in Avalon, NJ.  I never placed a name with that park next to the boardwalk...   maybe I lost that brain cell? 

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Queue,I was in Kona last year.Picked up some t's.Then went to OC and stopped in Heritage SS.Found a sweet Mark Richards twin fin,it was a rocket,only 5'8".But with my ever increasing frame I thought it would be difficult for the board to keep its' bouyancy.LOL!Had the credit card in hand,figure it'd be a nice wall hanger,but common sense kicked in and I bought some flip flops instead.

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Didya ever shop the Suncatcher in Stone Harbor?  I worked there through most of the early 80's.

funny story about the flops

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Pflugerville ditch in Texas and a bunch of other no name ones in central Texas


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Queue,never been to Suncatcher.The only other shops would be Faria's and 10th st. SS in Ship Bottom and Ron Jon.

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Kona, Solid surf in Ft. Lauderdale. Seminole for sure. The New Wave, in Pittsburgh, Cherry Hill N.J. Apple in ohio, And a couple many pools.


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Never went to Kona in Wildwood, although I remember they had a sweet go-kart track under the boardwalk!

The Kona I went to was in Jacksonville Fla. I also went to Lakewood and a couple others in Fla and SC, can't remember the names. I remember being blown away by Tim Scroggs at one of 'em, he was the shit!

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I spent more time at Lansdowne than I did in high school. Lansdowne and a handful of neighborhood ramps like Nob Hill and Pink House were the main attractions, with the occasional trip "Goin' downee Ocean Hon" and skating the Ocean City bowl.

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