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    Whats your commute and how often do you get in the water?

    just wondering how often everything gets in the water and how far their commute is

    my drives like 40 min and usually only get out once a week.

  2. #2
    Hour and 15 min and twice a week

  3. #3

    Commutes

    My commute in ct is about 2 hours and im lucky to get out more then once a week there. Luckily, I worked my life around the waves and became a waveslave in north carolina in order to surf everyday (i suggest you do the same, wife, kids, job, school all not a big deal if your a true surfer)

    Unluckily, wrightsville beach north carolina has real waves once a century so despite my 5 minute commute from the beach and being in the water everyday I'm still surrounded by tourists in boardshorts clogging the lineup (on or off their foamboards)

    Im shooting for becoming homeless once i get my degree and finding a nice third-world nation where i can make a cabin on the beach somewhere so my commute will be nonexistent. 5 mins is still too far.

  4. #4
    hour and twenty. about once a week

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    My commute in ct is about 2 hours and im lucky to get out more then once a week there. Luckily, I worked my life around the waves and became a waveslave in north carolina in order to surf everyday (i suggest you do the same, wife, kids, job, school all not a big deal if your a true surfer)

    Unluckily, wrightsville beach north carolina has real waves once a century so despite my 5 minute commute from the beach and being in the water everyday I'm still surrounded by tourists in boardshorts clogging the lineup (on or off their foamboards)

    Im shooting for becoming homeless once i get my degree and finding a nice third-world nation where i can make a cabin on the beach somewhere so my commute will be nonexistent. 5 mins is still too far.
    Just disappear to Tahiti and build yourself a little shack in a hidden cove where you wake up to 2x overhead every morning, also make your boards out of trees and driftwood.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    My commute in ct is about 2 hours and im lucky to get out more then once a week there. Luckily, I worked my life around the waves and became a waveslave in north carolina in order to surf everyday (i suggest you do the same, wife, kids, job, school all not a big deal if your a true surfer)

    Unluckily, wrightsville beach north carolina has real waves once a century so despite my 5 minute commute from the beach and being in the water everyday I'm still surrounded by tourists in boardshorts clogging the lineup (on or off their foamboards)

    Im shooting for becoming homeless once i get my degree and finding a nice third-world nation where i can make a cabin on the beach somewhere so my commute will be nonexistent. 5 mins is still too far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    My commute in ct is about 2 hours and im lucky to get out more then once a week there. Luckily, I worked my life around the waves and became a waveslave in north carolina in order to surf everyday (i suggest you do the same, wife, kids, job, school all not a big deal if your a true surfer)

    Unluckily, wrightsville beach north carolina has real waves once a century so despite my 5 minute commute from the beach and being in the water everyday I'm still surrounded by tourists in boardshorts clogging the lineup (on or off their foamboards)

    Im shooting for becoming homeless once i get my degree and finding a nice third-world nation where i can make a cabin on the beach somewhere so my commute will be nonexistent. 5 mins is still too far.
    In all honesty ive had the wife, house in the burbs, school (bach degree in engineering), good job, and none of it even remotely compares to the thrill that surfing gives me. Call me a selfish person, call me an addict, call me whatever you like but give me overhead glass, my 6'3" thruster and I will sleep in my car and eat peanuts for 7 straight days if I have to.

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    10-15 minutes & I try to get on it most mornings if there's wave & some evenings especially this time of year when the days are longer. Probobly average 2-3 sessions in a good week
    Last edited by Bronze Whaler; May 22, 2012 at 01:27 AM.

  9. #9
    15 mins and about 4-5 times a week. Summer time it's 2 mins at my beach house and just about everyday unless it's complete Assssssssss

  10. #10
    3hrs and 15 minutes. It would be an hour shorter if Delaware had somewhere to surf other than the Naval jetty....too bad they ruined Indian River. Starting in June, I'll average 2-3 sessions weekly; July will be almost daily between Cali and the east coast. Aug--Nov will be biweekly. I manage to go to a lake 5 minutes from my home to paddle for an hour several times weekly.