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  1. #11
    I drag my knuckels

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by darippah View Post
    ideas on other hobbies that keep your mind off surfing?
    spearfishing, keeps you in the water and is a ton of fun

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    I work thats takes up most of my time mon- fri. Other than that I got enough projects to keep me busy around the hosue. I started a vegtable garden with my kids as a summer project . But regardless if there are waves or not I am at the beach all day saturday and sunday

  4. #14

    rub and tug

    rub and tug?

  5. #15
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    i also just bought a mtn bike, and it would not have happened if there were waves.

    still, it's really fun and great exercise.

    pumpmaster, where have you been riding?

  6. #16
    hope?


    wxchannel
    11:20am, Jun 22 from TweetDeck
    Air Force Hurricane Hunters are planning to investigate the tropical wave in Carib at 2pm Wed. http://bit.ly/aw0sRM

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    Quote Originally Posted by mOtion732 View Post
    i also just bought a mtn bike, and it would not have happened if there were waves.

    still, it's really fun and great exercise.

    pumpmaster, where have you been riding?

    White Clay in northern Del is insane!!

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    Not much hope at this time for the DelMarVa - see attachment forecast tracks.
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    Being in Naples Florida for the past 6 weeks thats a flat spell for me. I took a ride to Sanibel one day, and there were some people riding little slappers. I tried every day to go out in the Gulf to surf, but I just couldn't find much to work with. The water is in the upper 80s though.

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    seriously considering one of these: