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  1. #11
    Spicoli, dont know where you were (again) but we scored some 3-5ft in RI at the right spots. Every once in awhile a 6ft double up would rogue its way through the lineup.. surfed four days straight of amazing pumping chest high waves.. where the f were you?

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by KookieMonster View Post
    Spicoli, dont know where you were (again) but we scored some 3-5ft in RI at the right spots. Every once in awhile a 6ft double up would rogue its way through the lineup.. surfed four days straight of amazing pumping chest high waves.. where the f were you?
    Schitt man. Was getting all conflicting accounts due to those winds differing output across exposed vs unexposed spots. Wasn't driving 5 hours total without the sure thing when local (and eventually bunk) reports showed the goods. Scored some on Friday so I can't cry poor, but there was way too much swell within a 6 hour drive to not surf my face off for days. This is all too familiar of early July when it cranked in RI and went flat in MA still with big reports then I finally got stoked when I started making the Rhodey trip in late July. You know I'm checking PJ, Second, and Gansett on 7 diff sites on the repeated web page refreshment. Feels like NASA here sometimes.

    Can only look ahead. Going back to SD for half of November but I gotta prep for that man. Plus, it gets real old sitting here looking at the Atlantic all night counting seconds in period while watching the Rip Curl Pro get called off and then I have to go watch 36 more vids of Kelly and some supergrom get shacked at Shipstern's like it was Section 8 housing.

    Once again, glad you scored. I mean, I got a dozen rides on Friday but my appetite's insatiable. Bring back Spring 2013. Swell for weeks, brah.

  3. #13
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    Shoulda trekked north, emass. Caught some fun ones in NH Sunday morning, shifty and onshore but if you were patient there were some really fun lines

    Certainly did not get pitted though. Sigh...

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by newenglandflatness View Post
    Shoulda trekked north, emass. Caught some fun ones in NH Sunday morning, shifty and onshore but if you were patient there were some really fun lines

    Certainly did not get pitted though. Sigh...
    What type of break?

  5. #15
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akmQ7NRl0QU

    yeah i get the best barrels ever dude

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by sandblasters View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akmQ7NRl0QU

    yeah i get the best barrels ever dude
    THAT was awesome. Sick this is that dude probably wasn't even high. Seems like that's his status quo with a lil bit of stoke and theatrics since he knew he was gonna be on the television set. Great post SB

  7. #17
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgQ5BJTSv9U

    I'm crying. Can't stop. I feel like rcarter except these are from laughter not self-loathing.

  8. #18
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    Very fun weekend. Smelled like raw sewage (pretty sure there's a leak) and the fin ding on my heel is infected from the foulness of the water; but it was worth it.



    I didn't take this.

  9. #19
    I know you guys can look on the sidebar of YouTube too and see all the variations, but this schitt's just all gotta be celebrated:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzGjeqCDpvs

  10. #20
    The ESA ran a contest this weekend at Jeanette's. The waves were the best I've seen for one of these in a looong time. Head-high A-frames all day long, so many waves there were no paddling hassles, just a great time had by all. THANK YOU OCTOBER!

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