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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by jonmharrell, Jul 12, 2012.
lol. gotta love floridians
True that! I never expected my shins to be so tired from trying to balance the thing.
Ya, you're right, NY absolutely goes off regularly doesn't it.... GTFO
HAHA, Yep, In all seriousness, the 1st time i took mine to the beach my legs trembled so bad I thought I was in an earthquake. Now I laugh at how bad I was at 1st, it's crazy but once you get the hang of it the learning curve speeds up quite a bit. But you get to a point where you hit a wall and really gotta spend time working on turns and such.
Probably about as regularly as Florida or anywhere else on this sorry coast.
Thank you BTW, and congrats to you as well! Rincon PR for my honeymoon, can't wait!
I am sure glad I don't surf where you guys do. The SUP surfers I see at my spot are all pretty decent, and the ones who aren't go surf by themselves.
The only thing a real surfer rides is a 6'2" thruster, white with black fins, black traction, and a black leash. EVERYTHING else is for kooks.
You get waves yes, but not nearly as consistent as the OBX or New Smyrna, that's a fact, not an opinion.
Hey buddy, long time no talk. Hit me up on PM if you get a sec. 6'2" thruster huh, i'll add that to my list of boards, that way i'll fit in...
Yes, everything you say is fact and not opinion. This is the east coast we're talking about here...nowhere is consistent. Unless you mean consistently bad. I don't care where you live, you have to endure multi-week flat spells at some point throughout the year.
I can agree with most of that, but I will say, even when it's flat everywhere else, you can usually find a 1-2ft wave on the inlet. But you are right, the E. Coast isn't the best, but it's plenty enough for me. Having a flat spell just makes me more hungry and want to surf more, which by time i hit the water i'm just happy to be there.
Gotta love HI....there's def no shortage of practice time either...their flat days look like our good days.
Here's the latest on this issue:
Apparently there had already been an ordinance banning body boards of a certain length, it just hadn't been enforced? Anyway, from the article :"Boards as long as 54 inches will now be allowed on the city's non-surfing beaches."
Sooo... can we forget about the SUP squabble for a minute...back on topic.. what happened at the town council meeting? Who went, what was said, how many people showed up?