Best California Surfing Spots
- Ocean Beach City Beach
- Pacific Beach
- Tourmaline Surfing Park
Best Florida Surfing Spots
- New Smyrna Beach
- Jacksonville Beach
- St. Augustine
The Best Tropical Surfing Spots
- Oahu- One of the Hawaiian islands
- Australia- Down under is a good spot
- Bali- One of the Indonesian islands
- Tavarua- A Heart shaped Fijian island
- Tahiti- French Polynesia’s largest island
Surfing? In Las Vegas? There isn’t much surfing here but Ron Jon Surf Shop is ready for you if want to do it. We were research tropical surfing and found a surf shop here so we went to ask the experts about surfing.
Eric Nelson, manager of Ron Jon helped us out, he told us about the various surfboards for the different kind of waves, there is a surfboard for all of them. The serious all-out surfer would probably use a long board to tackle the biggest of waves which you can find in several tropical areas including Australia, Indonesia and most of the South Pacific coasts. Hawaii is well known for it’s outstanding waves on the North Shore. Then there is the casual weekend surfer that might not want to tackle large waves but still loves to surf, someone in this category might use a short board which seems to be the most popular board. There is a surfboard for every size and wave and surfboards are also a specific shape so that they ride the waves and not sink to the bottom. The shape contours to the rider and is made up of design features such as: The Nose – The front tip of the surfboard, The Tail – The back part of the surf board, The Rocker – The curve applied to the nose and tail and, The Rail – which are the shape of the sides of the surfboard. The width of a board is the size of a surfboard in perpendicular to the stringer. It is measured at the widest point. The broad board will float better and is more buoyant, these are more stable and ideal for beginners. 20 to 22 inches is a good width for beginners. Experts often choose a 17 to 19 inch width for better control over the board.
Most coastal communities have some sort of surfing as the local pastime whether it be on the Atlantic, Pacific. Shops sell many accessories and clothing needed for the avid surfer and may include wet suits, wax for the surfboard, sunglasses or goggles and clothing styles just for surfing.Read More
Two, 2 liter bottles of Cola
2 Cups of Orange Juice
1 Cup of pineapple juice
1/2 Cup of Mango juice
Pineapple (canned or fresh)
Mango (canned or fresh)
- A day before pour mango juice into ice cube trays and freeze.
- Mix the Cola in a punch bowl, along with the the orange juice, pineapple juice and mango juice.
- Slice (if needed) the pineapple and mango and float the fruit on top of the mixture.
- Add the ice ice cubes from the day before.
- Serve and enjoy!
Written By: Justin Freeman
Photographed by: Jeremy Holland
Prepared by Justin Freeman and Jeremy HollandRead More
Before the 15th century, transportation for hire because a must for the wealthy to show that thy rural publicity arrived.
The word limousine derived from the French word “Hooded Garment” referring to the hooded cloak that shepherds wore to protect themselves from the weather.
During the 15th century, the Hungarians developed the “coach”, which is the modern enclosed carriage with an elevated outside seat for the driver, the “coachman.
By the late 1700’s, 14,000 of these carriages could be found all around Paris.
Carriages became more luxurious and extravagant with time.
These “Palace on Wheels” includes a bedroom, library and a butler’s pantry in the carriages.
Some included a library, speaking tubes, etc.
At this time, carriages were mainly used by the Royalty and Rich.
Paris 1899 carriages could be found with modern carvings made out of mahogany and silver flower holders in them. Speaking tubes helped communications between the driver and the passengers,
A brass tube would be led up to the driver like a trumpet . This was implemented because of dealing with the surrounding noise.
In the 1960’s Limousines included record players, ice makers, and wet bars. Today’s limo includes large led screens, internet, dance floors with poles and laser lights, amazing sound systems and everything you want.
At 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays the regular lights are switch off and the black lights are turned on. The music is cranked up and the televisions play inventive and trendy music videos. Smells from the snack bar fill the air and invoke the hunger of those with empty bellies. The stagnancy and mundaneness of the lanes and bowling pines disappear before your eyes as they transform via their lamination in the dark. This is the awesome conversional process from regular bowling to
“Cosmic Bowling. Several members of our Circles team love not only bowling but, cosmic bowling. They said it is far more exciting, visually cooler, and the music is much more exciting. They love how everything glows in the dark. They love watching the music videos and dancing to the various pump up tunes. The snack bar serves most of the foods they all love especially the pizza, French fries, and chicken tenders. Bowling allies in Las Vegas who do cosmic bowling normally tend to do them on Friday nights and Saturday nights at various times. Suncoast does their Cosmic Bowling at Fridays 11pm – 2am and Saturdays 9pm-2pm While Red Rock does theirs from 6pm – 12am both days. But regardless of which bowling alley you pick cosmic bowling is always a welcomed cool spin to the game.
“Cosmic Bowling. Several members of our Circles team love not only bowling but, cosmic bowling. They said it is far more exciting, visually cooler, and the music is much more exciting. They love how everything glows in the dark. They love watching the music videos and dancing to the various pump up tunes. The snack bar serves most of the foods they all love especially the pizza, French fries, and chicken tenders. Bowling allies in Las Vegas who do cosmic bowling normally tend to do them on Friday nights and Saturday nights at various times. Suncoast does their Cosmic Bowling at Fridays 11pm – 2am and Saturdays 9pm-2pm While Red Rock does theirs from 6pm – 12am both days. But regardless of which bowling alley you pick cosmic bowling is always a welcomed cool spin to the game.Read More
The Circles team has been volunteering at the Oakmont of West Las Vegas. The Oakmont is an upscale independent Senior living and assist living retirement community. the care services at the Oakmont include the following: assistance with ambulation, escorts to appointments, hospice, and even an on- site nurse for monitoring health needs and assessments. Activities & events for the seniors and invites us on special occasions to assist and help out. We assisted in several in holiday/ calender events such as; Halloween, Christmas, and Super Bowl Lill.
So for the circles team has done catering & serving food, ran a cotton candy machine, helped seniors make art, set up chairs and tables for events. The Circles team got to enjoy a performance from local country/ yodeling band “mama ‘s Wranglers” and assisted them breaking down and putting away their stage and equipment. The wonderful and kind Valerie even lets the circles team enjoy fine dining in the Oakmont’s lovly onsite restaurant/ dining room as an awesome thank you for our hard work and services. Overall the circles team enjoy helping out at the Oakmont of west Las Vegas and hopes to continue to build a Stronger bridge & partnership with Valerie and the lovely seniors there.Read More