A great day indeed.
A great day indeed.
Beaches were just as hot and just as crowded in Maryland. Top that off with some more knee high mush, oddest Labor Day I can remember.
Sorry for commenting on one of the dozen surfing related topics on this forum. I wasn't aware that you had to live in the Northeast to comment in this section. You are the most sensitive person on this place, I swear. Grow a pair of E-balls.
By the way, although I'm pumped that all the kooks and summer pros are out of the water now, just surf dawn patrol. I live on and surf long island, haven't seen a life guard all summer nor have I paid to get on any beach in a few years. You can get a good 3 or 4 hours in before they start charging our the life guards show up
Soulsurf4sure: Hey don't be getting sassy with Brewengineer. I don't know why there are these subcategories on here(Northeast, Southeast, Non-surf discussion) because it all goes on the same forum. I don't know aboot y'all but when I pop on here there's ONE forum with threads from all of these subcategories mixed together.
And Brewengineer is so right. Down south is great in the summer. Most areas you can surf anywhere all day every day. They don't feel the need to regulate everything down there. The lifegaurds don't have contests between themselves seeing who can blow their whistle the most. Hey, classic republicanism at its best.
Bassplayer: Dog, you got to get away from Ocean City, man. That's NJ's version of Surf City USA. Sorry Surf City, LBI.
Bassmon: Good deal. Always surf the day after Labor Day if you can. I don't know where you be, but it was offshore(after aboot 8:30) and we love high tide where I'm at. Just love it. Two foot, but that fun, drop-in, race down the line and POP that close-out kind of two foot. Ya know what it is that I be sayin'
And see DosXX, even though Vagina Beach(and I mean that as a compliment to the areas females) wasn't offering the goods, just seeing them take away the lifegaurd stands made that session worthwhile. Oh watch out for rogue waves and rougue whites this November-December heading from Cape Cod to their winter homes off Geogia and Jacksonville, FL.
You wave snobs out there, who passed on every bump this past summer, you do realize that just getting into the ocean does something for your soul, right? The ocean's magical, and if y'all don't realize that maybe y'all should stick to golf and square dancing. Hey Wombat, I was going to say rock climbing, but I didn't, see?