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  1. #21
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    Jun 2010
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    The past two weeks I have scored waves in Rodanthe. This past weekend Saturday was fun with Stomach high sets and occasional Chest High peaks and always the waves had some @$$ to them. In town (nags Head KDH,/Kitty Hawk) it was barely rideable, well work the drive for sure. Its been pretty much waist to stomach high since June 28th in Rodanthe, I haven't scored this many days of waist high plus surf in July in a long time. Buxton saw Shoulder to Head high waves a couple of weekends ago also.
    Honestly I have just been lucky, had the week of the fourth off, so scored waves almost 9 days straight, then both days this weekend were fun, a little smaller yesterday but the waist high sets were fun once the tide got off the bars.
    Yes wasit to stomach high waves in Rodanthe are fun, plenty of power down there to enjoy waist to stomach high surf.

    Lee- I haven't surfed VB since mid June where it was over knee high.

  2. #22
    DP's stoke is strong like bull. Summer 2010 was ****ing rad. This summer has been pleasantly consistently surf able. More so than I can recall anyway. Someone is always gonna be a contrarian. PJB is always weird and often verbose.

  3. #23
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    Apr 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    DP's stoke is strong like bull. Summer 2010 was ****ing rad. This summer has been pleasantly consistently surf able. More so than I can recall anyway. Someone is always gonna be a contrarian. PJB is always weird and often verbose.
    Hey how'd you do on that test you had a month or two ago?

    Weird? Dang right, man. I am no commoner.

    Verbose? Well, there's alot floating through my brain waves, hombre. I have to be excessively wordy.......using too many words. Dude, five words submissions are pointless in my world. Plus, man, Spicoli's got me beat these days. I'll have to become more verbose........excessively wordy.......using too many words. Ha.............

    Yeah, summer 2010.......and fall of 2011. Winter 2012-2013 was a bit overrated in my book.

  4. #24
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    May 2009
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    It's nice when ya heading down and have no expectations waist high set every once in awhile stomach high sets would roll in nobody in the water except a couple of kooks and used a new board which work well

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    I enjoy waist high waves, but I also enjoy getting occassional chest high sets in the mix too. The day started off rather small, but it just kept building with the storms sitting off the coast, kept the seabreeze down to a minimum and they were coming in clean. The only bad part was the crowd as you say, lots of Tom Foolery going on for sure, but I managed to walk away unscathed.
    I'm with you on this. I have a great time in waist high waves, even smaller if its really clean. You do need the right board to have the most fun. I am not a long boarder and ride my 5'9" in everything under chest high. Even caught and passed a couple of log riders this past weekend that dropped in on a right when I was on the left side of the peak. Guess they didn't realize I was going right, either way you can't ride a true short board unless you are a 110 pound 14 year old. What a great weekend for warm fun waves, I surfed 7 hours on Saturday.
    Last edited by Zippy; Jul 15, 2013 at 08:15 PM.

  6. #26
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    Feb 2012
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    LI NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    That's too bad Bill Cosby's nephew. Like, literally, you don't comprehend what I am saying?

    Might that be why you don't have any pals in your hometown? I don't know.

    I don't know, maybe my form of intellect don't translate well with scientific geniuses? But then again, Mr. Brewengineer, just loves me, and he's SWELLINFO's premier scientist. So, I don't know.

    If you need an explination of anything just let me know. I'll be glad to help out.

    Let's see.......that last thread.... I will translate: I WATCHED A NEW YORK CITY NEWS PROGRAM(I'm speaking loud and slow) ON SUNDAY NIGHT. I LIVE IN SOUTH JERSEY SO THIS NEWS BROADCAST IS ON THE ONLY NEW YORK STATION MY CABLE PROVIDER CARRIES.

    I SAW SOME WAVES ON A STORY ABOOT BATHROOM ACCESSIBILITY ON LONG ISLAND AND THE CITY BEACHES. THE CAMERA FOOTAGE SHOWED SOME OF THE WAVES........THEY LOOKED FUN.

    There ya go. No need to thank me, BCN, it was my pleasure. If you need any further assistance feel free to ax.
    PJB, this is great stuff, I actually laughed out loud on this one.

  7. #27
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    Jun 2013
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    Checked the webcam early Sunday morning. I chose not to believe what I saw with hopes that the waves weren't ankle-high breaking on sand so I drove to the beach. Stupid webcam was spot-on. Hung my head, sniffled, shed one tear and drove home. I get one fun session a week in the summer...f***ing way she goes. One is better than none.

  8. #28
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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by grom-ajb View Post
    Checked the webcam early Sunday morning. I chose not to believe what I saw with hopes that the waves weren't ankle-high breaking on sand so I drove to the beach. Stupid webcam was spot-on. Hung my head, sniffled, shed one tear and drove home. I get one fun session a week in the summer...f***ing way she goes. One is better than none.
    Damn that sux, you'll be rewarded just for going, wave gods won't let that act of faith go unnoticed, just hang in there Bub

  9. #29
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    just enough here in nj to stay loose and paddle around in boardshorts

  10. #30
    i for one have loved the the heavy marine layer every morning in NJ obscuring the cams and keeping the casual surfer at home and our dawn patrol sessions crowd free.

    south jersey was real fun for a couple of hours on sunday morning. waist with plus sets, glass and nice peaky waves...