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  1. #1
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    Small Waves

    I'm learning to surf and today's small waves in Assateague were just about what I needed. Still working on standing on the board but I'm catching the waves and getting used to the drop. I paddled out last Sunday in bigger waves at high tide and didn't do so well but at least I was out there!

    Thanks to all the local surfers out there who have been so supportive of me trying to learn. I definitely appreciate the mellow, tolerant vibe. I have to say, whether it's big waves or small, and whether I'm standing on the board or just getting up on my knees I love being out there. There's just nothing better.

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    Stick with it even through the discouragement. Are you surfing through winter? You should. You'll be ahead of the game come spring.

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    if you can surf every chance you get. its not about being a ripper or not... its about enjoying the ocean and the vibe.. and respect

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    Quote Originally Posted by a2tall View Post
    if you can surf every chance you get. its not about being a ripper or not... its about enjoying the ocean and the vibe.. and respect
    contact gruvi. He's going through the same experience

  5. #5
    I'm new too, just bought my first board I've paddled out a few times and ridden a few, but haven't gotten to pop up yet. Might go out today for a couple of hours...would definitely like to be better before the season starts next year so I don't look too much like a fool!!

  6. #6
    Best advice is just to keep paddling out...be respectful, put in your water time and the rewards will come.