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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock View Post
    You've got it! Buying lots of boards is way more important than actually riding them.
    Because it keeps business alive and jobs for my brahs at the shop ongoing. So what I support my local surf shop by buying boards et al. surf supplies.

  2. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruvi View Post
    Because it keeps business alive and jobs for my brahs at the shop ongoing. So what I support my local surf shop by buying boards et al. surf supplies.

    Me too, the difference is I actually use the stuff I buy.

  3. #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock View Post
    Me too, the difference is I actually use the stuff I buy.
    Just because you have or make the time to use your sh*t don't assume I don't try to get out on mine. You are a lucky guy in my mind to find so much time to be a better surfer related to your ability to get in the ocean way more than I.

  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruvi View Post
    Not much, wa sup wit you?
    Stand up paddle-board.

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    Try burpees - its like push ups on meth - it will help your pop ups. Paddle a mile or so on flat days. A small battery powered trolling motor can be a great advantage on bigger days

  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruvi View Post
    Just because you have or make the time to use your sh*t don't assume I don't try to get out on mine. You are a lucky guy in my mind to find so much time to be a better surfer related to your ability to get in the ocean way more than I.
    "Lucky" or dedicated...........?

    Forget buying boards and buy gas to get your ass to New Jersey, which I assume would be the closest coastal area for a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. And buy some rubbber for the cold months. Really Gruvi, the whole experience is so much more groovy during the winter. Nature touches you better in January, and the seals come out looking to bro down. The aesthetics of summer just don't compare to fall, winter, and spring.

  7. #107
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    If I had the cash I would most definitely own boards I never use.

  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    If I had the cash I would most definitely own boards I never use.
    I work hard to have cash for hobbies and like to collect things as well. I bought my bing after a summer season. I plan to get on it this summer when all the shortboarders are working on paddling

  9. #109
    This board is so much better when Gruvi is around. I might hit him up when I go to Assateague!

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    "Lucky" or dedicated...........?

    Forget buying boards and buy gas to get your ass to New Jersey, which I assume would be the closest coastal area for a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. And buy some rubbber for the cold months. Really Gruvi, the whole experience is so much more groovy during the winter. Nature touches you better in January, and the seals come out looking to bro down. The aesthetics of summer just don't compare to fall, winter, and spring.
    I live up in north jersey by NYC, about an 1.25 hours from the nearest beach (without traffic mind you). I think what Gruvi means by "lucky" is location. For me at least, surfing in the winter is restricted to weekends only because of daylight and work. So I find that I actually get out less in the winter simply because of available days to surf. To me I think anyone who doesn't have to drive over an hour to get to a surf break is lucky. LOL. If there was employment in my field down the jersey shore, I'd move in a heartbeat. Problem is, there isn't much for what I do. So I've decided to move somewhere where I can live nearer to what I love.

    Just my opinion though. Gruvi could mean something entirely different. Who knows what this guy is talking about half the time. No offense Gruvi, but if I met you I'd think something was wrong with you immediately.