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October 10, 2007

FREDDIE’S FINGERPRINTS

Filed under: Fredrick Patacchia — wpssuperblog @ 2:49 pm

making my mark.

making my mark.

The days seem pretty long down here in Mundaka, especially since the waves are flat. Tired of sitting in our room and staring at each other, my girl and I decided to head down to Guernica for the day.

Guernica is about a 15-20 minute drive from Mundaka. The town is a little bit bigger and there seems to be a lot more going on. We spent most of our day at a museum covering the bombing of Guernica and how they recovered peacefully.

My girl gets all Zen.

My girl gets all Zen.

My girl gets all Zen.We also checked out an art exhibition called “Signs for Peace”, by Claus Miller. His paintings were created on the idea of peace, using fingerprints of famous people. Albert Einstein, Muhammad Ali, Dali Lama and Martin Luther King are among some of the historic finger prints used. It was a cool and educational way to kill time while waiting for surf.

A cool day out and it sure beats looking at a flat ocean.

A cool day out and it sure beats looking at a flat ocean.

A cool day out and it sure beats looking at a flat ocean.

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2 Comments »

  1. FREDDIE BOY . . . what up niga! Sounds like times are a dragging in Europe. Love the new hair, hopefully streamlines you into the FINAL. Enjoy Spain, lots of history there. You need the boys up there to fire up the bbq and get some real time lamb going .. . . good luck . . . . MintJelly boys

    Comment by Greg Scott — October 11, 2007 @ 3:56 am

  2. AlohA, mahloa fred , missy hey fred i like the pics kick ass in your next contest, tell missy i said hi

    from,

    JOHN

    ALOHA, MAHLOA to you , your girl, ohana

    Comment by FRED — October 24, 2007 @ 7:10 am


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