Hopefully ya give back to the site after ur farmhouse. Ya know $$$. Lol all is good spacooley. I've laughed often.
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Thread: Hawaii in late October
Sep 4, 2013, 03:22 AM #21
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Nov 15, 2013, 09:00 PM #23Junior Member
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The beaches are amazing all over hawaii and they have black sand beaches and the water is warm and clear. And during November i.e the winter time is the high season because weather is perfect. I was on office tour last november and we booked 4 deals from http://www.captaincookresorts.com/ based on its top ranking in google. You can book a deal because that's how we manged. Deals provide you with best facilities and affordable pricing.I would definitely suggest you to book a deal and don't worry about weather it was awesome and will be.
If you want i can provide you all the details about that deal.
Nov 16, 2013, 01:09 AM #24
Emass: Very cool. Sounds like you had a good time in ES. I'm jealous. Surfing those kinds of waves could take anyone to the next level.
Nov 16, 2013, 03:51 AM #25
Hey Spicoli, how come you get to travel so much? Can me and Bassplayer borrow twenty bucks?
If you do go to Hawaii please:
Try and find Shawn Briley and go drinking at the strip bars
Please, please use your Kung Fu Panda skills and beat some pidgin-speaking choke mokes. Tell them that if you were back in Brockton you would have shotted them. Please let them know that the east coast streets are so crazy and that the West Side of Oahu ain't nothing. Please humble as many Hawaiians as possible. Shut it, This Guys Thumbs....you ain't Hawaiian.
Try some local grown ice and let me know how it is. I've often contemplated becoming one of them shifty Hawaiian ice guys. I reckon it's better than dope and Philly. Philly's pretty dreary and dangerous. Plus, ice would be something new for me. I got good crystal in Virginia once, and garbage four times in New Jersey.
Ahh, Spicoli, I wish you or Seldom, or Yankee, or SUP, or any of my SI buddies would come drive me around today. There's no surf......it's dismal.....and my mood is very Kurt Cobanish sans any suicidal thoughts. Plus I don't have any crappy Seattle smack. Oh man, imagine being in South Carolina with Brewengineer right now or learning intellectual stuff from Za Gaf in San Diego. Wow..........
Oh Spicoli, I saw Anchorman again two weeks ago. I never really saw the whole thing. But I specifically watched it for you the other week. Dude, it's not a good movie. It's just not funny. It's watchable, but it's juts not any good. Yeah, yeah I get it the 70's macho mustache douche bag guy thing......yeah yeah.......It's ashame, Will's got the chops but never does any good movies. Plus they are all the same.......just switch race car driver for newsman, etc. Dude's at the top of his game, then falls, then comes back.....
Hey Spicoli when you coming to New Jersey? We got a Trestles down here too and a Peckerheads
Nov 16, 2013, 04:43 PM #27
Nov 16, 2013, 09:22 PM #28
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Nov 16, 2013, 09:38 PM #29Senior Member
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To the original op..... it depends on what your definition of waves is. I mean are you looking for a 20'-30'+ swell or are you talking just scoring some decent waves?
Typically in Hawaii that is the time for waves. Biggins!!! If you are not used to surfing big surf then you are probably going to be spending your time trying to find a smaller break. The beginning or November is when the crowds start flocking. Actually probably well before that but anyways that's prime time!
With that being said you will most definitely need to make arrangements well in advance. Unless you know somebody. It would be like trying to find a hotel room in Daytona during speedweek!
Nov 17, 2013, 03:27 PM #30