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  1. #1

    did your break make this list????

    hmm was mixed about seeing the rock on this list...
    but the lineups been pretty much deserted since sandy so whatever...
    http://local.msn.com/travel/escape-a...ntid=255172881

  2. #2
    not what i would consider my go-to break, as i usually head south 35 minutes to rhode island... but #3 -nauset lighthouse cape cod- i have surfed a handful of times. I never surfed it in the winter, but may try to make it over there this winter for some barrels.

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    in the grace of the most holy FSM
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    thankfully, no.

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    yup... #10.

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    My break made the top 10 worst places to live as a surfer.

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    Dumbest article ever...

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    Written by Midwesterners, for Midwesterners.

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    Okay, I get blacks, but Oside harbor? Really? Top 10....?

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    This looks like they just copied surf spots off a swellinfo or surfline and tossed them into a hat. Pick ten and write and article about it. If this is a travel guide for winter surfing, why mess with the east coast? I can think of some tropical locations I much rather hit.

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    http://local.msn.com/travel/slidesho...ntid=252817657

    Now this is a much more interesting beach article....