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Brushes Painting

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Surfer Anastasia Ashley on Big-Wave Surfing Hawaii's Waimea Bay

Photographs courtesy Daniel Russo January 20 and 21 saw the biggest waves of the winter to pound Hawaii so far. Those surfers who were skilled enough and brave enough waxed up their big boards and headed to spots like Jaws in Maui, Outer Log Cabins, Oahu, and, of course, the spiritual home of big wave surfing, Waimea Bay. While big-wave surfing has traditionally been a masculine activity, a few women join the lineup those days, including Adventure favorite Maya Gabeira and 23-year-old Anastasia Ashley. Ashley was born on the North Shore and now divides her time between the islands and California. Adventure got a hold of her for a first person account of what it’s like to paddle out and catch a few monsters at such a legendary spot.—Tetsuhiko Endo ADVENTURE: When did you know you wanted to start riding Waimea?
Anastasia Ashley:
I actually didn't start surfing out there 'till last year, when I found an old board under my house that was left by someone—an old 7'10’’ big-wave b…

Battery Recycling Just Got Easier

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Man arrested in copper theft at Irvine park, bright guy

A Yorba Linda man was arrested on suspicion of stealing copper wiring from an electrical box Tuesday morning, authorities said.Terry Alan Lee, a 50-year-old resident of Yorba Linda, is alleged to have taken $2,000 worth of copper from Homestead Neighborhood Park, according to a statement released by the Irvine Police Department.An Irvine police officer noticed a suspicious vehicle parked in the park's lot at about 5 a.m., according to the statement.The officer stepped out of his patrol car and began to search the park, which is near Jamboree Road and Robinson Drive. The officer found a man removing the wire, but the man took off.Lee was taken into custody a short time after the chase. According to the statement, he was still holding the wire.Authorities believe the wiring was taken from an access panel for the park lights.Lee is in custody in lieu of $20,000 bailPosted via email from eWaste Disposal and Recycling