On Saturday, May 5th, 2012, a gathering of fine individuals came together to play in the sun and shorebreak. A plethora of handplanes littered the beach and everyone was smiling and having fun. The video is a short view into what went down and some of the reasons why bodysurfing is so stoke heavy.
In the past 60 years, California has experienced two heatwaves – in 1955 and 2006 – in which temperatures in its urban centers were greater than 37.8 degrees C (100 degrees F) for three or more consecutive days.
A new analysis prepared by other Scripps researchers indicates that by century’s end, those kinds of heatwaves will be the norm. Scripps climate researcher David Pierce said the new data will be assimilated into a major climate report scheduled for release in 2013.
“We’ll start getting these kinds of heatwaves more frequently by 2020 and by 2070, they’ll become common,” Pierce said.
…in all scenarios, not only do episodes of 100-degree-plus temperatures happen more frequently (several times a decade), but events in which temperatures top 100 for seven or more days begin happening at least once a decade by 2060 in all the models.
Ben Harper, G. Love & Special Sauce, Donavon Frankenreiter
Common Sense, Katchafire, JJ Grey & Mofro
Weezer, Cake, Ziggy Marley
Neon Trees, Black Uhuru
Tickets – $50
Entry – 11:30 am
Doheny State Beach
25300 Dana Point Harbor Dr
Dana Point, CA 92629
Summer is almost over and nobody wants it to end.
That’s why this music festival is perfect…in September and on the beach. Doheny is super chill, not like those nitty gritty-hardcore 700 degree heat bombs.
Amy and I are going on Sep 11, come join us!