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Discussion in 'Surf Travel' started by Eurfer, Sep 30, 2015.
just talk to my surf amigos in Hampton and they calling its going to be good
might have them pick me up at logan
wanna surf you od fart
Just doing some sand reconne
Sure...send me a PM if you get up this way.
You guys need to sesh together, and we need pics. This would be legendary.
But what does one wear to such an event?? Do I need to buy or rent a tux??!!??
now that is funny!!
Barry and bagus - one and the same.
Ok, but I get to sit in the child seat first.
Btw, what thread got deleted, and why?
There is a guy on here always looking to hitch some rides with others to the beach and he lives in your area. He will even buy you pizza for the after surf sesh. His name is gruvi or something... Havnt heard from him in a while... be kinda disappeared.
Anyways- I see that your new around here and still a junior member - you know it wouldn't be a bad idea to start a more official hello thread- or at least tell us a little more about yourself. A proper introduction - even with pictures included (for The Tard)
Anyways, welcome to swell info- where we all look out for each other (even if you surf with floaties on) and - if you didn't know- swellinfo offers some of the best medical advise around. Oh yea- sometimes we talk about surfboarding and wetsuite.
Ps you should just move to Belmar (best break on the east coast)
So, how'd your sesh go Eurfer?
HA HA HA HA HA, Sheldonne, I love how you pull up these old dusty threades and give them life
this tread needs some Yankee
Gave at the office, in those other all-over-the-place recent treads.
Haha Yank, do you even worke?
I drive a deathe deske, but someday I shall be an abandonner!
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