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Buttermilk Biscuits at Jaws

by on Wednesday 9th January, 2013   17040 Views

DESPITE the assurity afforded by a breakfast of buttermilk biscuits, Peahi/Jaws is no picnic. It’ll still tear you a new one, just like it ever could.

“The session was great” Said Alex Gray. “But you constantly feel like your walking on egg shells out there” This edit might look like a fun approachable, ‘let me just dash off and wax up my 10 footer’ session, but if you tipsy-toe the wrong side of the line then Davy Jones will be shooting craps with your knackers. 

Alex’s highlight? “Scaling down the muddy cliff to jump off the rocks, watching Dave Wassel slide down the slippery trail for 500 yards… I thought it was funny… he didn’t.”

More from Alex’s Turkey Melt here and the full session here.

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