It seems as if it never really felt like Summer until this past weekend. For too long all we did this Summer was have a few friends over to drink. We even got so bored to the point where we lurked the not-so-poppin' streets of Downtown Buena Park picking up on tourists by pretending to be tourists as well. You can probably piece together that it didn't go as well as we had planned. So we decided to make this weekend a weekend to remember.
As most of you may know, this past week was the Nike US Open of Surfing held at Huntington Beach. Despite the fact that we live right in the heart of the OC, we haven't been to the beach all Summer.
It was a sunny Saturday afternoon when we spontaneously decided to scrape on over to Huntington Beach. We couldn't have picked a better weekend to go, the beach was packed with hotties attending the US Open. Ass.. ASS EVERYWHERE.
Anthony had a hard time finding parking.
Everyone was loving this dog.
Aston Martin Music.
We decided to start our trip back to the hotel where we thought we'd end our night, but to our surprise the night had just gotten started. We got crunk and drunk (well, most of us). There were more pictures from the hotel, but we couldn't post all of them up for various reasons. We stayed up and partied all night 'til the sun came up.
This is where the festivities took place.
Our legit DJ set up.
The beautiful view from the room.
The next morning we all recovered just enough to be able to make it back to the beach to enjoy our Sunday, which was also the last day of the US Open. Sunday seemed a bit more toned down than the previous days, but we didn't complain. We took it to our advantage and just strolled along the pier and Main St. We got some food, enjoyed some Starbucks, and just the overall scene.
There's always something crazy going on in Huntington, even on a Sunday.
A random couple wanted a picture together; too bad we'll never see each other again.
Victor just lurkin' hard.
Bitches were crackin' Vtec and shit.
Fresh Datsun 510 with the feds breathing down his neck.
You never know what you'll see in Huntington.
As the sun began to set, we waved goodbye to the Orange County Summer ambiance that Huntington Beach had to offer. We know the beach isn't going anywhere, but the eventfulness and liveliness of the US Open had to end sooner or later. But that's not stopping us from coming back to reek havoc on the Pacific Coast Highway.
- Kelvin G. Santos & Anthony Rivera