Growing up on Maui there’s every different type of wave you know there’s point breaks, slabs, beach breaks, gigantic waves, and perfect hollow waves. You really are molded into being a versatile surfer growing up here. Tomorrow there’s a really solid swell hitting and I’ll surf Jaws in the morning and if the wind blows out I’ll surf somewhere else that’s more protected by the wind. But the wind just came up out of control and kind of ended our session a few hours early.It’s about 1:30 there’s tons of spots all around the island that we can surf so, I’m gonna drop all this tow gear off and I have a board backpack for small wave boards and I’m gonna try to find some barrels for the rest of the day. Conveniently my parents live in the house that I grew up in about two minutes from where I just pulled the ski out of the water and it happens to be right on the way to the direction I’m going on the other side of the island to surf.So I’m gonna dump all this tow gear and my jet ski and change into some dry trunks and then hit the road. We’re driving to the other side of the island because the wind tore up jaws but the waves are still gigantic so there are plenty of waves to be surfed all around the Island. And that’s uh, one of the best things about Maui for me is that it keeps me a really versatile surfer, I can go in the same day paddling or towing into Jaws to going to surf like head high rippable beach break stuff or like really good point-break barrels all in the same, same day, same twelve hours so I think that’s really molded me into a surfer and everything about my surfing has been basically from growing up on Maui. Just finished the drive, little tired from earlier but waves look really good, go out and try and find some barrels. .