I like the looks of her path. Making her turn right around bermuda, she may unload a nice little groundswell around midweek.. would be nice to get in the water for a little warm up session before Isaac rolls through!
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Aug 23, 2012, 04:59 PM #2
...and another wave behind her.
Aug 23, 2012, 05:00 PM #3
No matter what we are getting swell all up the coast, too much activity right now to not, time to hit the pool and get my laps in, WOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Aug 23, 2012, 06:07 PM #4
I am literally on my knees begging for waves. Haven't surfed a single f'ng decent wave in over a year and about to LOSE MY MIND!!! By the way, to anyone contemplating the inland living thing...DO NOT DO IT. Not only will you miss the half-decent days that show up unannounced, but random b.s. will pop up conspiratorially and ruin every single solitary surfing opportunity until you get to the point where you start saying things like "I think I might be willing to kill a man to get some waves" or start yelling at the NOAA wave models on your computer monitor, accusing Mother Ocean of being a "dirty skanky whore". It just gets a little too weird sometimes, and I think we'd all be better off living near the sea. Well, I actually believe everyone else should take a hike, and I will live by the sea. I need a slave or two to make my boards, but everyone else should go live in Baltimore so I can paddle out in peace. :P
Happy trails, here's to the start of another (hopefully for real this time) hurricane season!
By the way, about that whole murder thing, I am TOTALLY JOKING! No need to report me to the Fuzz. I will confess, however, that I did once kick a turtle. It was a total accident though, and I did cry so it doesn't matter anyway.
Aug 23, 2012, 09:22 PM #5Member
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I hear ya about the land-locked thing and totally agree. Kinda took living near the ocean for granted for the 5 years I was there, but now that I've been away from it for almost 20 years, I realize my mistake.
Anyway, 3 cheers for the late summer wave machine. Let's go clean and green!
I've gotta say, this is one of my favorite times to be an east coast surfer. Granted Nor'easters usually produce the best days in the winter/spring.. but there's something about this time of the Hurricane season, when Africa gets it's revolver loaded up and starts firing them off, one after another.. gives you something to froth about every day for a couple weeks... anyone else turn into a total cane junky in late August/Sept?
Aug 23, 2012, 06:36 PM #7
Joyce could be choice.
Aug 23, 2012, 09:11 PM #9
I broke out my old short board this morning and got some surprisingly good shore break rides on some decent sized swell.... not sure whats sending todays swell, western Long Island...