I didn’t surf anything when we stayed at Mark & Daves with the Bing crew. Except for one epic white-water-foam-board-session. It wasn’t easy in the shore break with that plastic wobbly board and the current, I knew I had an audience and that didn’t make it easier. Just in time for when I decided it
We had the pleasure to meet Jesse Hinkle, a 17 year old surfer and artist from Malibu, California. Can you imagine growing up in the lineup of Malibu? He started surfing at age six and before he finished school he had sponsors such as Hippie tree and Bing Surfboards. One of the most humble cool
for an awesome week in Nicaragua at Mark and Dave’s! We had a great time and got heaps of more photos to post, but now we feel like we wanna post some up to date blog post and will be sharing some everyday glimpses of our life home in Sweden. Below is the awesome crew:
Housecats of Mark & Dave’s in Nicaragua.
There is so much love behind Bing Surfboards. Love to the waves, each other and to costumers. Here’s the shaper and the general manger also known as Matt and Margaret. Together they send out love in different shapes to Cali, the Big Lake, Europe, Japan. Bings are all over the world, so loved by so
I first met this hat in California just around New Years, then our ways crossed again in Nicaragua three months later. It’s the most perfect hat I’ve ever met.. Can you belive how happy I was when Margaret gave it to me?! I’m gonna spend my summer in this hat and my flying sandals who
Linn & Margaret hanging out Nicaragua style. They are so much fun together and when they wanted me to take some photos of them they just couldn’t stop joking around. Here they are, in the pool, in the sea, in their seea suits.
At the moment I’m sitting in rainy Sweden and looking back at all these photos from Nicaragua makes me.. Longing for vacation again? The week at Mark & Daves in Nicaragua was like a vacation from the vacation. A house on the beach with unlimited beer, unlimited surfboards and unlimited friends.