When it rains in Hawaii, it pours. The sky opens up and unleashes torrents of water. It’s relatively warm — pleasant enough if you’re from a colder place — and generally comes in squalls. But when it really rains, the roads, depending on where in Hawaii you happen to be, can get a little… damp. Such was the case in front of Jamie O’Brien’s house and along stretches of the North Shore’s Kam highway. But, since Jamie O’Brien’s psych-meter knows no bounds, he took to the streets to go mud puddle surfing.