Saturday, September 20, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
   
Text Size
Login
off 2/20/14; off 3/27. on 4/4. on 7/20/14 off 8/6. On 9/15
off 3/17/14. On 4/10 off 4/22.off 5/1. off 8/15. off 8/21
image image image image image image image image image image image
Smith & Gilmore claim titles...ramping ratings to 11 & 2 respectively. Photo: Jordy Smith & Steph Gilmore © ASP/Kirstin
Steph turns in solid win while Smith turns his year around. Surf News Network, 18 September: South Africa’s Jordy Smith today claimed a last-minute victory at the Hurley Pro at Trestles over Hawaii’s John John Florence to put a season of close calls behind him and move him up to No. 11 on the WCT rankings. Smith, 27, recently relocated to San Clemente and his local knowledge provided crucial wave selection in the final moments of the heat to steal the lead from Florence. The final scores were 16.50 (9.33 and 7.17) for Smith to Florence’s 15.87 (8.6 and 7.27). The Hurley Pro is Stop No. 8 of 11 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour, and the first Final of the year for both surfers.....
Read the Full Story
Don't miss this special engagement: EDDIE WEN’ GO The Story of the Upside Down Canoe! Eddie Would Go! Sept 19-20th and Coinciding with Hōkūleʻa’s round-the-world voyage, this imaginative production uses hula, chant, masks and puppetry to tell of Eddie Aikau’s act of sacrifice through the eyes of sea creatures who watched from underneath the upside-down canoe. Slack key guitar wunderkind Danny Carvalho, has created an original sound scape and will perform it live...Dont miss this special tribute to our Hawaiian Legend: Eddie Aikau. Read the Full Story
The surf and ocean community come together... It is International Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday so we are upping it up a notch and cleaning for the whole fricken weekend!   To keep it basic, details as follows:   Meet at Makua Beach, look for the blue flags Date: September 20th 9:30 AM Check in 10-12 Clean 12-3 Live Music, Games, Prizes, Keiki Activities (including a mermaid!), and more..... Read the Full Story
After all the surf we've had...lets say Thanks together. The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and preservation of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 63 chapters across the country and around the world. The Oahu Chapter has been working on issues of beach access, water quality, coastal preservation and plastic marine debris. For more information, go towww.surfrider.org/oahu..... Read the Full Story
Tuesday is Game on for Mens Hurley Pro in 3-5' Trestles! Surf News Network, 16 Sept. The Hurley Pro at Trestles, stop no. 8 of 11 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour, has been called ON today for Round 2 followed by possible Round 3 and in 4 - 6 foot waves. The Swatch Women's Pro Trestles is on standby for the day. "It's looking good this morning," said ASP Commissioner Kieren Perrow. "We saw the ocean fill in over night and there's a lot more consistency today. The waves are great when they come and we are definitely on".... Read the Full Story
Goodbye ASP - Hello World Surf League   The Association of Surfing Professionals is no longer. Well, the name is no longer, at least. Beginning in 2015, the new moniker of the association of surfing professionals is the World Surf League, or WSL. In a letter to the surfing community, ASP/WSL CEO Paul Speaker broke the news. “We understand that for many of you reading this, the letters “ASP” have significant meaning and that this news might be unsettling,” he wrote. “We hope you will give us the benefit of the doubt and that, over time, you will come to see this change as positive for the sport we all love. At the end of the day, professional surfing’s DNA remains intact: we’re about the world’s best surfers in the world’s best waves. That will never change.” Read the Full Story
Next stop on the Stand Up World Tour starts tomorrow in Huntington Beach   The 2014 Huntington Beach Pro Grand Slam will host both Stand Up World Tour Surfing and Stand Up World Series Racing events from the 15th – 21st September in Surf City USA. As the most comprehensive event featuring a star studded line up of the world’s very best athletes, the $45,000 Huntington Beach Pro will be a true showcase of the leading edge of the sport, while celebrating Amateur and youth participation with a large Trials event and Open Racing division, not to mention the Na Kama Kai Youth Challenge (U16) taking place on the final Sunday of the event. Read the Full Story
LOCAL SWELL TRACKER: Big SSW fills Saturday peaks Sunday and last into Tuesday. WNW fill to 3' sunday and 4' by Monday BIG SURF PICTURE  9/13/14 Saturday SPAC: The Jet down under has gone into ‘shutdown’ mode after a large trough last week generated what we’ve been claiming since 2 Friday’s ago…the year’s biggest SSW to south swell. Summer can’t last forever. After this long lasting event we’ll have to hope and pray.   Recent: We’ve been on the down trend to 2’ after a super long run of fun South swells that reached peak hts of 5’ at select reefs but mostly sets averaged 3’ from early Sept to Tuesday the 9th. Last weekend into early last week had a pair of swells from a pair of storms down under. We haven’t counted but since Aug to now there have been at least 8 sources of swell. The last of which will top it all off. Read below... Read the Full Story
Team Jamie's win the Qiantang Shoot Out
Finals Go off on the Largest Wave in the Event’s History Team Honolulu of Jamie O’Brien and Jamie Sterling took home the $10,000.00 team first prize in the largest “river bore” wave in the Red Bull Qiantang Surfing Shoot Out history with wave sections reaching ten feet.
Read the Full Story
Upsets at Hurley & Swatch Pro this week! Photo: Costa Rican hero Carlos Munoz © ASP/Rowland. Surf News Network, 11 September, 2014 - Wildcards delivered major upsets in the Hurley Pro at Trestles today as Tanner Gudauskas (USA) and Carlos Munoz (CRI) successively defeated top seeds Kelly Slater (USA) and Gabriel Medina (BRA) in non-elimination Round 1. The Swatch Women’s Pro Trestles was equally electric with Lakey Peterson (USA) eliminating reigning two-time ASP Women’s World Champion Carissa Moore (HAW), who will now relinquish her world ratings lead. The women’s Quarterfinalists have been decided after the completion of Round 4.... Read the Full Story
Catching up with Nathan Florence We’re going to get to know the Florence family real well over the next five years, this cute and deadly band of Hawaiian surf bums comprising three brothers (John, 20, Nathan, 19, Ivan 17) and a skating-surfing super mom, Alex. You know all about John, yeah? Raised on the sand, towed into his first Pipe bombs by Herbie Fletch (pops of Christian and Nathan and grand-daddy to Greyson) when he was seven, currently the owner of the finest contract in surfing, Kelly Slater aside. Read the Full Story
Banner
Banner

Waves, Winds, Weather compliments of 'Eddie Wen Go' at Hawaii Theater last night Tonight.

Your exclusive SNN Obs for this Saturday Sept 20th 630am Update

Light winds, Sunny and glassy this morning. Afternoon mix of light trades and onshore sea breezes likely with some cloud development.

NORTH: Down and Holding small on the NNW. It's a consistent smooth 0-2' now at Laniakea, Sunset Pt. and at Rocky Pt; everywhere's smooth with some with lite offshores for now with seabreezes late morning near midday; See SNN Laniakea and Chuns cams. West: Makaha is down and dropping on the SSW and NNW; currently at a glassy 0-1' & smooth-glassy; expect it to mush out with isolated seabreezes late morning to afternoon. Town:  Down and dropping on the S-SSW swell at 1-2' for top spots top sets.  Waters perfect with glass to lite offshores at Ala Moana, Kaisers, Kewalos and again seabreeze later around 11am and a evening glass off. (check our Bowls-Courts CAM). Diamond Head: Down and dropping on the  SSW at 1-2' with nice light offshores but likely onshores 11am ish then to the evening smooth off. (see SNN Cam). Sandy's: Down and dropping on the South at a nice clean 1-2'  breaking from outside to Chambers.  East: Makapu'u:  Holding the small below normal NNE 0-1 barely 1.5'  near the shore on the Keiki's side and semi smooth lite onshores. Great diving all windward.

Events, News etc.

Two big beach clean ups this Saturday 1. SurfRiders at Sand Island HERE  2. Sustainable Coastlines out west a Makua (all weekend) HERE.

Stormin' Normin Paddle Out celebration of Life & BQ is Sunday 3pm at Left Over's area.

Jordy Smith beats John Florence to Win & Stephanie Gilmore is back in the race after Winning the The Swatch Women's Pro GO HERE

Tonight's the last night! Dont miss 'Eddie Wen Go'
The story of the upsidedown canoe. (Eddie Aikau) at Hawaii Theater Saturday nite! Eddie Would Go....so....GO HERE

Quote of the week: God said you can do itbut didnt say it would be easy Gabriel Medina on the Title.

SNN BIG Picture updated Friday 9/6 Go Here

Local Swell Tracker updated Go Here

See the SNN animations page for a fast glance at the Storms & Weather HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Banner

Surf Report

Tides -

Surf

North
Sat '09/20'
Holding - NW
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Sun '09/21'
Dropping - NW
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Mon '09/22'
Holding - N-NW
HAW: 0-1.5
FACE: 0-2
Tue '09/23'
Dropping - N-NW
HAW: 0-1
FACE: 0-1.5
Up to 2' NW Wed eve
Wed '09/24'
Rising - NW
HAW: 1-2+
FACE: 1-3+
Up to 2' NW
Haleiwa
Sat '09/20'
Time
Ht.
H 12:53 AM 1 ft.
L 5:24 AM 0.3 ft.
H 1:02 PM 1.5 ft.
L 6:34 PM 0.2 ft.
Sunrise: 6:19 AM
Sunset: 6:28 PM
Sun '09/21'
Time
Ht.
H 1:25 AM 1.1 ft.
L 6:06 AM 0.2 ft.
H 1:33 PM 1.5 ft.
L 6:56 PM 0.2 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:27 PM
Mon '09/22'
Time
Ht.
H 1:56 AM 1.2 ft.
L 6:45 AM 0.2 ft.
H 2:02 PM 1.4 ft.
L 7:18 PM 0.1 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:26 PM
Tue '09/23'
Time
Ht.
H 2:28 AM 1.3 ft.
L 7:24 AM 0.2 ft.
H 2:30 PM 1.4 ft.
L 7:41 PM 0.1 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:25 PM
Wed '09/24'
Time
Ht.
H 3:01 AM 1.4 ft.
L 8:03 AM 0.3 ft.
H 2:59 PM 1.3 ft.
L 8:05 PM 0.1 ft.
Sunrise: 6:21 AM
Sunset: 6:24 PM

West
Holding - COMBO
HAW: 0-1
FACE: 0-1.5
Holding - COMBO
HAW: 0-1
FACE: 0-1.5
Holding - COMBO
HAW: 0-1.5
FACE: 0-2
Dropping - COMBO
HAW: 0-1.5
FACE: 0-2
Rising - NW SSW
HAW: 1-2
FACE: 1-3

South
Dropping - S
HAW: 1-2
FACE: 1-3
Holding - S
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Holding - S
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Holding - S
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
New South Monday 29th
Holding - S-SW
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
New South Monday 29th
Honolulu Harbor
Sat '09/20'
Time
Ht.
H 1:55 AM 1.2 ft.
L 7:29 AM 0.3 ft.
H 2:04 PM 1.9 ft.
L 8:39 PM 0.3 ft.
Sunrise: 6:19 AM
Sunset: 6:28 PM
Sun '09/21'
Time
Ht.
H 2:27 AM 1.4 ft.
L 8:11 AM 0.3 ft.
H 2:35 PM 1.8 ft.
L 9:01 PM 0.2 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:27 PM
Mon '09/22'
Time
Ht.
H 2:58 AM 1.5 ft.
L 8:50 AM 0.3 ft.
H 3:04 PM 1.8 ft.
L 9:23 PM 0.2 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:26 PM
Tue '09/23'
Time
Ht.
H 3:30 AM 1.6 ft.
L 9:29 AM 0.3 ft.
H 3:32 PM 1.7 ft.
L 9:46 PM 0.1 ft.
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 6:25 PM
Wed '09/24'
Time
Ht.
H 4:03 AM 1.8 ft.
L 10:08 AM 0.3 ft.
H 4:01 PM 1.6 ft.
L 10:10 PM 0.1 ft.
Sunrise: 6:21 AM
Sunset: 6:24 PM

East
Holding - E-NE
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Holding - E-NE
HAW: 0-2
FACE: 0-3
Holding - E-NE
HAW: 1-2
FACE: 1-3
Holding - E-NE
HAW: 1-2
FACE: 1-3
Holding - E-NE
HAW: 1-2
FACE: 1-3

Winds
Hawaii
Sat '09/20'
E-NE E-NE
Mph: 5-15
11am seabreezes
Sun '09/21'
E-NE E-NE
Mph: 5-15
11am seabreezes
Mon '09/22'
E-NE E-NE
Mph: 5-15+
Tue '09/23'
E-NE E-NE
Mph: 10-20
increasing
Wed '09/24'
E-NE E-NE
Mph: 10-20+

Current Swells

Sat '09/20'
Primary : N-NW / Holding , 1-2'
Secondary : S / Dropping , 1-2'
Third : NE / Holding , 1-2'

Marine Warnings

Sat '09/20'
Hawaii : None but Box jelly Fish & Extreme UV ratings pack the Bull Frog.

Sailing Report

Sat '09/20'
Hawaii : Poor early but improving midday with light trades filling to good 5-15mph with a mix of Leeward seabreezes in the afternoon.

Diving Report

Sat '09/20'
Hawaii : Good for all shores, best in the AM

Oahu

Spot Direction Height - Hawaiian Scale Height - Face Scale Winds Conditions Comments
Oahu - Sunset N-NW Flat- to 2-feet 0 to Waist Light Trades good to excellent

Oahu - Pipeline N-NW Flat- to 1 1/2-feet 0 to Thigh Light Trades smooth

Oahu - Rocky Point N-NW Flat- to 2-feet 0 to Waist Light Trades smooth

Oahu - Haleiwa N-NW Flat- to 1 foot 0 to Knee Light Trades good

Oahu - Makaha COMBO Flat- to 1 foot 0 to Knee Light Trades smooth am...mushy pm

Oahu - Ala Moana S-SW 1- to occ. 2-feet Knee to occ. Waist Light Trades good

Oahu - Waikiki S-SW Flat- to 2-feet 0 to Waist Light Trades smooth am...mushy pm

Oahu - Diamond Head S-SW 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades good to excellent

Oahu - Sandy Beach COMBO 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades good

Oahu - Makapuu N-NE 1- to 1 1/2-feet Knee to Thigh Light Trades semi-clean

Maui

Spot Direction Height - Hawaiian Scale Height - Face Scale Winds Conditions Comments
Maui - North-Hookipa area COMBO Flat- to 2-feet 0 to Waist Light Trades smooth

Maui - Upper West - Honolua COMBO Flat- to 1 1/2-feet 0 to Thigh Light Trades smooth

Maui - Lower West - Lahaina S-SW 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades good

Maui - South - Kihei S-SW Flat 0 to Flat Light Trades diving , paddling and fishin'

Maui - East - Hana N-NE 1- to 1 1/2-feet Knee to Thigh Light Trades fair to good

Kauai

Spot Direction Height - Hawaiian Scale Height - Face Scale Winds Conditions Comments
Kauai - North - Hanalei N-NW Flat- to 2-feet 0 to Waist Light Trades smooth

Kauai - West - Majors COMBO Flat- to 1 foot 0 to Knee Light Trades smooth

Kauai - South - Poipu S-SW 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades good

Kauai - East - Kapaa E-NE 1- to 1 1/2-feet Knee to Thigh Light Trades diving , paddling and fishin'

Big Island

Spot Direction Height - Hawaiian Scale Height - Face Scale Winds Conditions Comments
Big Isl. - North - Hamakua Coast N-NW 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades diving , paddling and fishin'

Big Isl. - North West - Kohala COMBO Flat 0 to Flat Light Trades diving , paddling and fishin'

Big Isl. - South West - Kona Coast S-SW 1- to 2-feet Knee to Waist Light Trades good

Big Isl. - East - Hilo Coast E-NE Flat- to 1 1/2-feet 0 to Thigh Light Trades smooth

Big Isl. - SE to S Puna, Ka u Coasts COMBO 1- to 3-feet Knee to Head Light Trades good

Sponsored by Hawaiian South Shore.

THE WHERE, WHEN & WHY OF HAWAII’S WAVES & WEATHER: A VIDEO PRESENTATION BY SNN

Winds Statewide in a glance ...go HERE (this link is also the 4th drop down under weather)

Sep 19, 2014 3:30 AM HST

Synopsis
Light winds through the weekend will allow local land and sea breezes to form. Expect increased clouds and showers across mauka areas each afternoon and evening, followed by clearing at night. Hot and muggy conditions will continue until the return of moderate trade winds early next week. Increasing moisture south of the islands may bring an uptick in rainfall for the Big Island today through the weekend.

Discussion
A weak ridge of high pressure extends from a 1020 mb high near 37°N 138°W through 30°N 160°W and 29°N 180°W, 600 miles or so north of the main Hawaiian islands. A front digging into the northern flank of this ridge between 150°W and 170°W will gradually approach the islands, putting a big dent in the ridge and keeping local trade winds light at least through the weekend.

Satellite loop showed sluggish 10 mph east to west flow across local waters, and broken to overcast clouds noted across mauka areas of the islands yesterday showed that this light flow is not strong enough to prevent the development of afternoon sea breezes. Cloud cover and showers have decreased overnight, leaving mostly clear skies across much of the state this morning. Little has changed since yesterday and we expect a convective pattern to repeat each day through the weekend, with clouds and showers increasing each afternoon and evening, followed by clearing late at night.

Models show the front will push to the east Sunday, allowing the ridge to strengthen to our north. We expect light trades will return to the eastern half of the state Sunday. However, most leeward areas will still experience sea breezes as the trades filter in. Relief from the current hot and muggy conditions should come Monday as the ridge continues to strengthen and moderate trade winds build in.

Rainfall and humidity may pick up over windward and southeast sections of the Big Island today through Sunday as an area of tropical moisture skirts by to the south.

Aviation
Weak trade wind flow overnight will be replaced by gentle sea breezes this afternoon. Mostly cloudy skies will persist along windward slopes of the Big Island through the remainder of tonight, tomorrow, and beyond. Elsewhere, expect increasing clouds beginning early this afternoon and lingering through most of the evening due to diurnal convection. Isolated MVFR cigs possible in passing showers today, especially windward Big Island. Otherwise prevailing VFR expected all areas.

Marine
Small southerly swells will continue through the period. A short- period 2-foot northwest swell will last through the weekend. Another small NW swell is due Wednesday.

Winds will remain light through the weekend with trade winds picking up next week.

Watches/Warnings/Advisories
None.

 

 

BIG SURF PICTURE 

9/13/14 Saturday

SPAC:

The Jet down under has gone into ‘shutdown’ mode after a large trough last week generated what we’ve been claiming since 2 Friday’s ago…the year’s biggest SSW to south swell. Summer can’t last forever. After this long lasting event we’ll have to hope and pray.

Recent: We’ve been on the down trend to 2’ after a super long run of fun South swells that reached peak hts of 5’ at select reefs but mostly sets averaged 3’ from early Sept to Tuesday the 9th. Last weekend into early last week had a pair of swells from a pair of storms down under. We haven’t counted but since Aug to now there have been at least 8 sources of swell. The last of which will top it all off. Read below.

Next: Last Sunday a powerful Low tracked ENE under NZL with near hurricane force 65kt winds and seas near 50- 60’! The storm broadened further off the coast as the highest winds and seas weakened. But not before setting up a 1200 miles fetch. When storm have such extreme winds they generate long periods as we’ve seen since Friday: long fat 25 seconds leveling off to 22 sec Saturday and 20 sec Sunday. The swell hts will go from 1’ to 4’ and even 12 hours of 5’ 20 seconds. There will be moments at select reefs of warning level hts of 15’ crest to trough or 8’ local. The North shore can get 10’ from such values as the long periods have extreme refraction and shoaling off the bottom. Note: 20 sec period swell can be felt 1000’ down! This shows us how vital periods are to wave measurement.

Last: No sources of swell over 2’ out through next weekend meaning 2 weeks from now. There are marginal fetches in the Taz Monday 15th and another tiny Low off NZL Friday the 19th. Neither source may get here.

Note: High Surf threshold for South swell is 8’ crest to trough and 15’ for NW swells. Why the large threshold difference is likely an extra safety precaution where populations are greatest.

NPAC

The weak Jet is long and up around 40-50 degrees latitude. There’s some troughs and dips and by next weekend the Jet has a bit more speed and energy going from Japan to the Gulf. We are still in a state of transition.

Currently: the surf is barely 2’ remnants from our 1st real swell of the season that hit near 8’ Tuesday.

Recent: this nice WNW filled late Monday to 6’ and ramped Tuesday from a more NW angle. Source: Storminess Friday the 5th just east of the 180 dateline 1200 miles NW of us. By Saturday she had 30’ seas on the dateline and spun in place (occluded) as she broadened and weakened into Sunday…The result was swell of 5’ 14 seconds.

Next: Former tropical storm Fengshen will bump us up Sunday from the 15 sec WNW at 2-3’ midday and veer NW peaking at 4’ Monday into Tuesday with shorter 12 seconds. The system formed off Taiwan last Sunday the 7th and moved NNE as it broadened and weakend off Japan becoming a cold core Low off the tropics warm core. It then tracked East reaching the dateline Thursday the 11th as it merged and faded with a broad area of Low pressure centered in the Eastern Aleutians.

Last: A tiny weak low tracks east from the dateline this Wednesday and will only pull off some 2’ NW surf Tuesday the 23rd.

Windward side:

Recently and until Friday we’ve see tiny 1’ surf from the light local trades and seabreeze patterns; rare to see it this small this long. Then it’ll kick up from some T Storm action below.

Tropics: T Storm Odile has come into view today Sat. with a NW track and clipping Cabo etc Monday-Tuesday. By Thursday it’s nearly gone but still may shoot out some longer period 3’ East swell around Friday-Saturday the 19-20th.

 

FETCH: Often called the fetch length, is a term for the length of water or distance over which a given wind direction has blown. Fetch length along with the wind speed (or strength) determines the size of waves produced. The longer the fetch length and the faster the wind speed, the larger and stronger the wave will be and vice versa.
CAPTURED or FOLLOWING FETCH: Not only does the fetch length determine the power and energy of the wave. Additionally, if the winds/fetch are blowing in the same direction as during the wave's or storm's lifetime, the wave will in turn be even stronger. The fetch is related to the orbit of the wave and track of the storm.The longer the wind drags along the sea the more energy the wave will have. This can be seen not just in vertical height measurement but in wave period (the measurement of waves through time).
WAVES PERIOD:Time, in seconds, between the passage of consecutive wave crests past a fixed point. In general the longer the period the bigger the wave. Windswell or 'close interval' swells are under 10 seconds. Big 'ground swells' are 17-20+ seconds (note: a 20+ second swell needs storm force 50+kt winds blowing over a 1500 mile fetch to be fully developed' into 20-25' beasts; these 20 second waves can be felt 1000 feet down!). This is why they jack so much more, pulling large amounts of H2O off the outer reefs.

More generic marine definitions click this link  http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/pages/marinedef.php

....All surf height observations and forecasts are for the full face surf height, from the trough to the crest of the wave.

Advisory and Warning Criteria
LocationAdvisoryWarning
North-Facing Shores 15 Feet (8') 25 Feet
West-Facing Shores - Big Island 8 Feet (4'+) 12 Feet
West-Facing Shores - Remaining Islands 12 Feet (7') 20 Feet
South-Facing Shores 8 Feet (4'+) 15 Feet
East-Facing Shores 8 Feet (4'+) 15 Feet
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner

Login Form