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RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #1 on: April 11 2006 17:04:00 »
hey peace frog, why not sheck out the surfing in quebec forum, after all montreal is in quebec!!! hey and while your at it why not look at the nova scotia surf forum!!!! no one is going to post material already clearly listed elsewhere, if you are too lazy to look and read, too bad for you!
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #2 on: April 15 2006 18:04:00 »
In my own books,if you weren't surfing N.S. before !989,
YOU' RE one of the newbies cluttering the line-up,....
....re peace frog, I'ld try a regular lake or ocean wave before a standing wave in a river if I was you...
Share the stoke,,,Aloha eh!
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #3 on: April 17 2006 14:04:00 »
theres no harm in helping someone else out for finding surf spots. just remember your not the boss of the whole entire world your just 1 more person out of 7 million people in the world that enjoy surfing and i surfed with many of ppl in florida and california and they're were lots of ppl catchin the same wave. its not even a big deal dont be sucha loser loner make friends get to know ppl talk about your experience. remember surfing is a way of life to some of you but it is also an art form so talk about it and experience it.. dont be so mad andf angry about other ppl wantin to surf. cause then when ya think of it you are ruining the whole point of surfing. like honestly grow up
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #4 on: April 17 2006 14:04:00 »
getting frustrated probably needs to GET LAID
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #5 on: April 17 2006 20:04:00 »
To me its peace, tranquillity, and at one with mother nature. Not a buzy sunday afternoon in an overcrowded wave pool at 7 flags. Catch my drift Buz? PS Im your real daddy junior!
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #6 on: April 17 2006 20:04:00 »
I dont care how many surf as long as they pay me dolla dolla bills yall, ya dig brah? Just joking
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #7 on: April 17 2006 21:04:00 »
no buz i dont catch your fruity drift......because you dont have one.......peace and tranquilty with mother nature like thats a cliche'......everyone says that if ya wnat peace and tranquilty with mother nature go bird watchin er somethin ya fruit. of course you =r suppose to enjoy the waves and the scenary but ya can still be cool and not be such a little cry baby about other ppl in water that is not yours. no one owns the water its mother nature like ya said so stop actin right big cause your what real surfers hate.. a fool..... ps im your daddy junior is pretty lame dude you must be like 10 years old
RE: Surfing in Nova Scotia and Montreal« Reply #8 on: April 18 2006 20:04:00 »
Habitat 67 is a fun consolation wave if you're stuck in Mtl for whatever reasons, trust me. It's def. a different dynamic than that of the ocean, especially with the take off, but still, it's a decent practice for basic manoeuvers like top turns and cutbacks (if you don't just sit on the wave for minutes like many, as if you were downhill snowboarding). Like one guy mentioned above, go try ocean surfing before to get a real feel of it. Hampton Beach (ME) and Lawrencetown Beach (NS) is good to start and then, take it from there. Both are local friendly... if you are!