After 4 1/2 years, I finally had my last shift at Bob Evans. It was a nice run and I met so many people at all 3 stores. Thanks for being my first job, time to move on to new things. 😆😬 #bobevans#serverlife
Actually got him to get out of the jeep for a meal. #bobevans
A look back at the work of Australia’s Bob Evans, one of surfing’s most prolific early filmmakers and surf magazine publishers. Evans ran with the influential surfers of his time and place, including Bob McTavish and Nat Young. One of Evans’ classic, if less remembered, surf films is the 1968 release, Ride a White Horse. In the film, Evans documents a significant crossroads in surfing history that’s easy to appreciate decades later. We see Young and McTavish sharing long point waves and slowly testing their more involved approaches. George Greenough even makes a guest appearance on his kneeboard. Stay tuned for upcoming posts that document sessions at Double Island Point and Noosa, with McTavish, Young and Greenough and at one wave shared by all three legendary surfers. *TSJ.
*Double Island Point and Noosa posts later this week.