Exciting times up here in NE. We earned it. Not a lick of swell for weeks and if you take RI out of the equation, the last 7 months have been less than flat.
It's cold out there man. I can't wait to hit the break later today but it's cold out there man. Like frostbite in a few minutes cold. Thank God for snow pants and combat boots and other such items. Good thing this snow is as light as it gets. A shoveler's dream. Only crappy thing is that I've gotta shovel the whole damn driveway. Didn't grom brah say he had nothing better to do?
Hope all yous guys enjoy some gnarly stoke today. Stay warm, or at least not full on hypothermic.
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Thread: get on it today if you can
Jan 3, 2014, 01:37 PM #11
Do you just mean the north/south shore or all of New England?
You guys pretty much cop waves from the same systems we do.....just maybe a day later comes the quality. There's been some good stuff around here the past month.
Jan 3, 2014, 01:58 PM #13
Woahhllyyyy schitt for this third high tide of the storm that's about to hit us in a couple hours. The crib is already getting welcomed by the ocean and we still have two hours to go. Gnarl.
Jan 3, 2014, 02:29 PM #15
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I'm not being a wise-arse, I'm just saying. If a storm blows a south swell here, it blows a south swell in New Hammy. Like, Monday was the go to day here in Jersey from that last swell too. Usually, at most, youse guys clean up 12-24 hours later than we do. See we aren't all that different....Sometimes if we look past our differences we discover we are more alike than we think.
Of course, certain coastlines have differing facing shorelines. Of course, it can be different just a mere ten miles north or south. But the mid-atlantic and NE cop waves from the same systems, usually......maybe.....What waves they cop is a different matter entirely.
Dudes, I'm still friggin sick. Help me. I'll tell you what, I could go for a point, like a friggin cove, today. If you could wipe out 95% of the surfers in New Hampshire, I'd love it there. Too many people in too short of a coastline.
"Did somebody say Too Short?" " I remember how it all began. I used to sing raps to my east side fans......."
No, Too Short we weren't talking to you.....go back to Oakland.
" Aww man, ya alls got a dollar for me..."
No,Too Short......go on scram.......
I'm afraid for my health.
Jan 3, 2014, 02:47 PM #18
PB&J, there's been no swell to speak if here in the last 2.5 weeks. That's a fact. Today and tomorrow we've got something to grind on here. Another fact.
Jan 3, 2014, 03:45 PM #19
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I live right next to sandy hook NJ and it looks big and cold here. Big and cold and scary. Roads barely driveable and nobody seems brave enough (or dumb enough) to paddle out right now...smart. Maybe around 130-2 the local pros will brave it. Im hoping for a waist high leftover swell tomorrow morning.
Jan 3, 2014, 03:53 PM #20