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New to surfing« on: May 02 2007 11:05:00 »
Hi, i will be moving to petworth in septemeber to start a new teaching job, i am 21 and have been wanting to take up surfing for a while. i have inly been a few times with friends, but really enjoyed it, so when i move i am planning on getting into it more.... therefore i could do with some guidance about how est to get into it - and thiings like what to look out for in buying a surfboard and such tihngs... could also do with some partners to go with... any1 interested?
RE: New to surfing« Reply #1 on: July 03 2007 04:07:00 »
hey how are you, my name is samuel i live in the netherland, how long have you been surfing? you should try some surf camp they are good and they can teach you how to surf and everything, there is a surf expedition coming in a couple months to hawaii, i been there once and is lovely, you would love it, i am going this year again to surf in hawaii if you intersted or know someone who is interested let me know you can e.mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: New to surfing« Reply #2 on: July 12 2007 04:07:00 »
Hey. i cant really afford to do Haiwi... lol - anywhee closer by that u know of?