Sage brah, there's a calm eloquence to your posts of late. Preach on braw.
I was contemplating charging the Ozarks if Karen blows a bit of hot air that way!!!! Maybe even Havasu next Pac storm that hits landfall!!!! TOW-INS SPRING BREAK STYLE
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Thread: Karen east coast
Oct 5, 2013, 05:26 PM #11
Two boxes of Crackerjacks to whoever identifies that referrence. And fellas, I can't award your Crackerjacks if you don't give me your address. That's an autographed box of Crackerjacks. One you'll pass down to your grandchildren provided we don't get blown up by Russia, China and renegade Middle Eastern countries......
Oct 5, 2013, 07:24 PM #13
Young Ones... There will most certainly be a good bump in the water this week; I am beginning a 70-hour per week job on Monday, and I'm also laid up with a knee infection.
So I can all-but-guarantee waves in the Northeast.
Watch for solid midweek swells as I work my life away these next few months.
Oct 5, 2013, 09:54 PM #14
I don't think this is going to be an easy one to forecast, especially with this front coming in. Just wait and see what happens.
This just in- I heard only A CERTAIN FEW spots in jersey will actually pick up swell and get waves from Karen due to the wind fetch and offshore canyons - Belmar, NJ being one of the few. I would suggest a trip to Belmar, NJ next week... Possibly rent a place and stay all week. Also heard ocean city NJ will be firing...
Oct 6, 2013, 01:59 AM #16Senior Member
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Oct 6, 2013, 02:39 AM #17
Why do I have a strong distaste for the color red...?
Oct 6, 2013, 01:47 PM #18
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I can't praise the forecast for Karen enough. The accuracy of the track and timing are second to none. The European models integrate the............
What the f*ck!?#%!$?!?!?**
Sorry about that I just saw a Leprechaun run through my kitchen.
Anyway, I've gotten more future barrels from Karen then I can count. So pitted. It was pumping hard.
I don't even care aboot Karen. This cold front puching through will do the trick. As of last night, S/SE winds going tough tomorrow........Might be going offshore by Tuesday. Whenever a cold front rips through the midwest and tornadoes them dudes, Jersey always profits......usually......maybe......then again maybe not.
Man, I haven't even looked at Karen since yesterday afternoon........I'll have to take a look at that, huh. A few days ago this front and Karen were supposed to make love. I don't know. All I know is the winds are going hard SE tomorrow, and I know that I like south swells and just tolerate N/NE swells. I know this cold front has a bit of anger issues. That's all I know. And I'm glad this happening during the week not during the weekend.
Real surfers don't work. Work's for people who don't......ahh............don't ....fish. Yeah that's the phrase.......Real surfers grow their own food, and refuse to pay taxes. Viva la revolucion. Bust out the Che Guevara shirts......
Oct 6, 2013, 03:13 PM #20
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While, I"m not too excited for strong onshore crap, it will help out our sandbars here in Delmarva. We need some sand to get pulled out.