K. Will try to pick out some representative pictures that don't necessarily show people's faces in detail. I didn't attempt to take pictures while I was attempting to surf, though it might have made a good gag reel. I've got some shots of the intermediate class and general sessions.
Unfortunately, back in the "real" world, I've got a desk-full of work backlog and a farm-full of winter storm damage to deal with.
In short, Koen and Alex did a great job of putting together a week full of activities at just the right time to get away from the North.
Naturally, they ran things out of their hostel and surf-shop, but many other local businesses were included in the program. Several participants stayed elsewhere and some joined in for one or a few of the activities. (You could easily fill up a week even if you don't want to surf.) There were somewhere between ten and twenty people, depending on the activity at hand. As near as I recall, a bit more than half from North America and the rest from Europe. Sure, you could book all of these activities by yourself, but it was nice to have everything organized (with no effort on my part) and a lot of fun roaming in a group of "fellow travelers" so to speak.
Gay Surf Week seems to have the potential to grow into a larger annual event. Certainly, I would do it again. There were a couple of other RJ'ers there, but I believe they're still out "in the field." Maybe we'll hear from them later.