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  1. #11
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    Aug 2011
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    Manasquan
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemsonSurf View Post
    Anyone heard from the Greenlight guys? I want to make an order but haven't been able to get anyone on the phone. Hopefully they along with everyone else is doing alright and making progress.
    Hey Clemson,

    our power is still down at the shop, so no phones, we are going in and packing orders and shipping them out though so if you place an order online we can access the order and get it to you!

  2. #12
    im gonna try and hit rockaway tomorrow

  3. #13
    is the water on LI safe though?

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
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    yonder
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    Quote Originally Posted by forman View Post
    is the water on LI safe though?
    Unknown.

    It's so tempting to jump in early tomorrow am, especially when winds look good for western LI, but there's gotta be some serious crap lounging in the water. I've felt sick a few times after surfing western/central LI after a heavy rain, but I'd boot and rally and be fine in a few hours. But this is different.

    I guess you’ve got to ask yourself one question, "Do I feel lucky?"

  5. #15
    hope you guys get everything cleaned up. that sucks. further north and it would have been us. hope a speedy cleanup recovery can take place.

  6. #16
    ive got a friend who went in the water southern monmouth county last week and the water made his face and head swell up, literally gross swollen.

    its enough to keep me out for a while, thats saying a lot since surfing is the only reason i live where I do

  7. #17
    meh... I guess it's not worth it right now... hopefully in another week or two we all will be back in the water and the quality will no longer be in question.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by forman View Post
    meh... I guess it's not worth it right now... hopefully in another week or two we all will be back in the water and the quality will no longer be in question.
    i paddled out two days after sandy and it was really worth it besides dodging a few pieces of wood in the lineup and praying u didnt hit anything sharp when u fell it wasnt that bad stick to a more shorebreaky wave waves in nj are rare so why pass it up. just know where ur surfing and whats in the water a kid ripped his arm up in seaside on the roller coaster so id keep away from breaks where u know a dock or pier usto be

  9. #19
    it's the quality of the water I'm really worried about... where I live a sewage plant had to dump millions of gallons of raw sewage in the water during sandy to keep it from overloading... that sewage is floating around in the ocean and all signs point to it hasn't fully cleared out yet.

  10. #20
    ^^^that is my concern. im all for catching waves, just that there is turd water mixed in