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    Quote Originally Posted by forman View Post
    Us here on LI love this north wind... what's causing it to blow so steadily north anyway? This never happens.
    I'm pretty sure its an arctic low pressure system that came down from Newfoundland/nova Scotia area and it's just been sitting here. Thats what's hopefully keep that coastal storm they have been talking about away from the coast. we don't need anymore rain anywhere on the EC.

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    North wind your my dear friend. Line them up as the air grows cold and thin. Ill be there covered up like a big bear.When the Canadians come please be kind and stay, scorned as you may. Please blow all the hardship from this year from our brothers south of here. A prayer is spoken for every wave that gets broken from your howling might. May your season be not too cold, and be bright.
    Last edited by skimdog; Nov 17, 2012 at 04:09 AM. Reason: grammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimdog View Post
    North wind your my dear friend. Line them up as the air grows cold and thin. Ill be there covered up like a big bear.When the Canadians come please be kind and stay, scorned as you may. Please blow all the hardship from this year from our brothers south of here. A prayer is spoken for every wave that gets broken from your howling might. May your season be not too cold, and be bright.
    That was beautiful mate. however, i still don't like north/northeast winds haha. maybe a bay surf will have to happen here on sunday...

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    I hear all of you ... same thing, I look at the surf-cam at 1st street and Croatan (as well as the lack of people in the water) and just go "bleh" ... The sad thing is I just bought an new 6'2" thruster off Craigslist for cheap, and I really want tot take it for a ride in some good swell!

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    there is an end in sight! friday looks good. my brother is coming down for thanksgiving just in time for a clean up

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    looking like it will switch friday

  7. #17
    E>N>W>S winds in order. W is awesome for is offshore and all, but its a swell killer and offshore thigh high waves are not fun. thigh high N or E wind is though. At least living in Jersey I get stoked out, especially in the summer, when a N wind blows since it brings in warm water, cleaner water, and usually a little wave. I love surfing straight onshore surf. Its fun, water warms, I just like it ok! W=clean yet the size will drop. SOUTH WINDS CAN GO TO HELL!!!

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by skimdog View Post
    North wind your my dear friend. Line them up as the air grows cold and thin. Ill be there covered up like a big bear.When the Canadians come please be kind and stay, scorned as you may. Please blow all the hardship from this year from our brothers south of here. A prayer is spoken for every wave that gets broken from your howling might. May your season be not too cold, and be bright.
    your reason for edit was "grammer". GrammAr, bro. grammar. sorry im a ****

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by GnarActually View Post
    SOUTH WINDS CAN GO TO HELL!!!
    i used to feel the same way, until i moved to a different town and found a spot that works on a south wind

    either way im stoked for turkey day!! clean waves and lots of food

  10. #20
    Glassy waves everyday out at rockaway sine the storm past and not one person paddling out. I have not been able to find any info on water safety at the moment. has anyone surfed on rockaway since the storm? Not that I'm going in anytime soon, but I'd like to know if it's safe topaddle out. Also there must be a huge debri field in the surf zone...