You've never been to Hawaii.
got dropped in on yesterday in some really crappy surf in southern monmouth county.
grabbed the kids board as he dropped in and flipped him off it.
spent the rest of my session 5 feet away from him making sure anything he turned to catch had me on it too.
ZaGaffer- Love that reaction, as I am sure the girl was petrified. With daughters in the water, I have found most people have been very cool when the girls have found themselves in the wrong spot or in the way from time to time. I have been teaching them the "rules" of surfing, but sometimes you just get stuck in the wrong spot. As for me, I guess I have mellowed a bit with age, and appreciate the opportunity to get in the water as much as possible. I try to leave the stink eye in the car. As long as people don't mistake kindness for weakness, we're all good.
"Stop the hate and just love one another"...reading this makes me throw up a little...
This is isually because only inland goobers B-Board...It's easy to learn and easy to catch waves with a kick or two...They then drop in on everyone and always seem to be in the way...That's why they irritate people.
I'm a sponger and I still love ya, peace and love brah!