i'm just excited to be able to go ice skating for the first time in five years! there's no surf on the horizon in mass bay so i'm not too worried about the cold. i might even take my trainer kite out and rig up some kind of ice skateboard this weekend. when life gives you lemons...
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Jan 24, 2013, 06:47 PM #21
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Jan 25, 2013, 01:10 AM #24
but who said cold=lemons? try riding mountains.just got back from skiing langille ridge on a sunny day. ...and tomorrow is supposed to be 5 ft and clean at kachemak bay. mountains. ocean. repeat.
Jan 25, 2013, 03:06 AM #25
It's not hand-wringing, it's a legit question. It's 15 degrees with a 35 knot wind & no shelter unless you count scrub trees & bushes. Try not to leap onto your pompous little attack-piglet soapbox every friggin time you see something that sets you off, which, really? doesn't seem to take much 'pumpmaster'....
And Cresto is in friggin Alaska, piglet, his perspective is on a whole 'nother plane.
Here we go again.
Jan 25, 2013, 06:33 AM #26Junior Member
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when the bay freezes and my balls fall off hahahahaha
Jan 25, 2013, 06:53 PM #27
good advice cresto!
ya i got to do the board and surf combo one weekend last year. but being 2.5 hours from real mountains makes it a little tough to do it on a regular basis
This cold is definitely too cold but there is something great about sitting 50 yards off shore while its 32 degrees and snowing. You cant get that feeling in the summer. And being in New England its rare that we get to go without at least a 3/2 so I have no idea what its like to long for the days of boards shorts and a rash guard.
-10 in RI on Wed.
Jan 25, 2013, 11:25 PM #30
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12 degrees outside isn't cold so put a plug in yer meat wallets. At the most, I'll switch my snake skin loincloth to racoon hide.
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