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No more airport blues« on: February 16 2009 21:02:00 »
I got an email a few days ago that I thought was a great idea. It was about a network of surfers lending or renting surfboards. Instead of lugging your surfboard through airports and paying extra charges, you contact someone in the country or area you wish to visit and check if they have a board that suits you and negotiate with them if it will be available during the time you will be there. The site is called surfboardtimeshare.com. At the moment, it's free to join. It's new, so the more members the merrier. Tell them Darryl from the Phils reffered you. No profit for me, I'm just spreading the word. Check it out.