The class went great. Five students were enrolled. None of them Had tried an alaia before, but were very interested in riding one. We had two days to finish the boards. Everyone finished their boards, and was able to ride them on the Saturday morning of the Re-evolution demo day at the beach. I flew in a couple of days before the class to mill and glue the wood into blanks.
The students did not have a lot of wood working experience, but quickly padded the floor with shavings.
When we were creating fine dust, the racks were moved outside.
Five new alaia riders on the East Coast. They were super stoked with their boards, and all had breaks in mine that sounded perfect for alaia riding.