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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Slade View Post
    Dad?!???

    When did you get a profile name?

    -SLADE
    Jimmy ,What are you still doing on the computer?I sent you to your room for the night!

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneybaloney View Post
    Neither. I'll take October, period.
    same... I can't remember an October that didn't treat us well.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Slade View Post
    cold, dark, overhead short days with an empty line up are my favorites. No one in the water, on the beach or at their "summer" home. The solitary aspect of winter surfing allows me to get away from everything and think. No one is watching (still haven't figured out why i care), so my surfing is usually more creative and i try to pull more sh*t.

    one dp a couple summers ago i was getting ready to paddle out with my buddy in Long Branch. As we started to paddle out these three frat boys on the beach behind us, starting hooting and cheering (the waves were waist high tops). I thought that the East Coast CI team just showed up with identical Channel Island boards. They were all loud and crazy and when they got out...they SUCKED. This is the kind of idoicy you don't get in the winter.

    -SLADE
    haha well said. Ahh memories.

    I am on board, give me winter everyday for the rest of my life. Screw warm water wieners. Give it to me cold, dark, heavy, and empty.

  4. #14
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    i got to go summer the waves and crowd suck but man nothing beats 90 degree days

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by billabongmoney View Post
    i got to go summer the waves and crowd suck but man nothing beats 90 degree days
    agreed...i hate the cold weather

  6. #16
    2nd week of september to the 2nd week of october is the best 30 days of the year for surf for me. Amazing air temps and crowds aren't too too bad plus on a good hurricane day most of them crowd to one break when plenty of stuff is working.

  7. #17
    Think I agree with Matt on the changing seasons. But I'll tell u, I think I coulda skipped this winter all together.

  8. #18
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    Apr 2009
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    the grass is always greener on the other side. I'll take uncrowded winter barrels any day over warm water kook fest. This past summer's Hurricane Bill: case in point!

  9. #19
    "This past summer's Hurricane Bill: case in point! "

    Exactly.

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
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    i love it all. when im out there with my merrick. flopping around. having fun.