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Sep 13, 2013, 08:29 PM #11
don't forget the zillions of surfers at those world class socal spots. Good luck getting a wave at swamis without a longboard (fortunately there's a decent, practically empty wave just up the beach). Trestles is a slalom course of people...when you finally do get a wave to yourself. Huntington gets so crowded, you can barely see any water...and most of them can't paddle, so they just sit there as obstacles.
pacNW is a compromise; and not a bad one, once you get used to it: relatively empty/consistent breaks (is there ever an unrideable day?) in exchange for year-round freezing water and onshore wind...plus some of the best snowboarding in the world.
Last edited by waterbaby; Sep 13, 2013 at 09:03 PM.
Sep 13, 2013, 09:00 PM #13Senior Member
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There are always waves...they are just very small, but surfable on the East Coast. It's sad, but yes, I still choose water time over other activities all the time. Paddington is right. This is my announcement...when I go to AC to visit some family, he will receive the coveted PM. It would be my first and boy I am so nervous...like...will he say "yes"? Perhaps "maybe"? That's not entirely a "no". Like OMG! I should get up there ASAP, but the Jersey trip is procrastinated until I have a moment in the middle of the night where I decide "Ima go up there and get myself confused on some substance".
Sep 13, 2013, 09:37 PM #14