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  1. #41
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Monmouth - NJ
    Posts
    220
    Surf w/ Tom he's a Dirty Jersey transplant, rides in a grey D. Durango- usually at Surfers or Wildo, dark hair late 40's cool guy to hang with, although he's not a blunt kind of dude. He only does North coast you'll never see him in Rincon.

  2. North coast is where i do alot of my surfin. Im not necessarily lookin for a smoke bud. Cuz i dont really ride around w it like that. But surf buddies is What i was goin for. Mark do u live here

  3. #43
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Location
    Western Puerto Rico
    Posts
    94
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    Stretch man, peace and all that...I'm wondering why, with the hundred or more surfers in Rincon and more on the north coast, that you can't find one person to surf with.
    And the offers to partake in illegal smoking make it sound like a dea sting. Jus' sayin

  4. Its not hard to find somebody that wants to smoke up all my bud n drink my beers. N the same person mite even shred w me. But a few of the cats i befriended ended up stealing ALOT of **** frim me. Which is now y i live in rincon, isabela was where i was for the first year. I honestly was curious, i just wanted to see if there was any people in my age bracket that were halfway decent and had something goin for them. Ive met a bunch of older cats that have alot of respect in my book. The kids my age are punks.

  5. When do u have some free time. Lets get up n catch a few.

  6. #46
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Location
    Western Puerto Rico
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    I'll look for ya for some wave time. Had a great session up north this morning.
    I have free time always. See you in the water.

  7. #47
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Isabela, PR
    Posts
    14
    I live in Jobos and you can surf uncrowded surf almost every day in Isabela/Aguadilla. Go further east and your mind will be blown. If you surf Sunday afternoon at Jobos, it's packed. Even with only a few guys out at Jobos, though, don't expect a ton of waves there, especially at the Rock because the boys rule that peak with an iron fist. Other than that it is so uncrowded in Isabela and Aguadilla. I don't even go to Rincon. Haven't surfed there in 2 years. PR is a surfing paradise and for how many rich gringos come here with a ****ty attitude, the locals are amazingly tolerant and friendly. Don't expect them to welcome you with open arms your first session but the Isabela/Jobos boys are the coolest locals I've ever surfed with. Just keep a smile on your face and learn some Spanish and remember where you are.