Author Archives: Steve Combs

This Website is iPhone Enabled!

I finally figured out how to make the WordPress iPhone App work with this site. Something to do with PHP5. Long story. The upside is Mike and I can now post on the go. The downside is the iPhone camera is rather weak.

Speaking of website development and surfing, check out this surfing video from my State of Georgia.

Second Annual Polar Bear Club

Come out and help a good cause at the Second Annual Polar Bear Club. All proceeds benefit the Destin Jr. Lifeguards.

Location: Crab Trap in Destin.
Date and Time: January 1, 2009, New Year’s Day at 10:30am.
Entry Fee: $15 entry and that includes a t-shirt.

For additional information, contact Alex Metz with Destin Beach Safety at 850-376-8667.

Grand Opening of Blue Mountain Surf Online Store!

Blue Mountain Surf now has an online store. Head over and shop for adventure-related gifts.

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Pick up Jack Johnson’s Holiday Album. You can listen to one of his Stevie Wonder’s songs covered by Jack by clicking the play button above.

Blue Mountain Surf Announces Outer Banks, NC Destination

Blue Mountain Surf has just partnered with a property in Rodanthe, Outer Banks, North Carolina.  If you need a place to stay in OBX, please visit the Hit The Beach website for more info. There is a quality surf break across the street and Pamlico Sound is in your backyard.  The REAL Kiteboarding facility is right down the street. This place is perfect for surfing, stand up paddle or kite boarding, fishing or just relaxing.

Steve stayed here for a week in October and had waves every day.  It was nice to finish off every surf session in the hot tub.

Steve’s Hurricane Ike Surf Pics

It took me a little while to get my pictures together from the Hurricane Ike trip. Below is a gallery of pictures I shot at a not-so-frequently surfed spot in the Panhandle of Florida (location withheld). The pictures are from Saturday, 9/13. The surf on Friday was big. Saturday was fun at select spots. On Sunday there were some nice longboard waves on the outside sandbars. As is the case with most hurricane swells, you can usually find fun surf in your comfort zone at some point during the swell.