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RE: GATHERING FOR A XMAS SURF.« Reply #1 on: December 23 2004 06:12:00 »
got to be Pease bay, 20 miles or so north of Berwick. Mind u it is a bit rocky, but really popular.
Loads of other wee bits around about. Barns Ness and Codingham also good.
Have a good one
RE: GATHERING FOR A XMAS SURF.« Reply #2 on: December 31 2004 05:12:00 »
Thanks Yvonne. I did pass Pease on the way up.. Looked pretty tidy. but blowing right out, with a massive offshore wind. Also checked out Lunnan. I'll be posting a pretty impressive photo of Pease when I get my stuff onto disk.
RE: GATHERING FOR A XMAS SURF.« Reply #3 on: January 02 2005 09:01:00 »
How was Lunnan Jock ?? Been meaning to check it out.
Any info would be much appreciated.
RE: GATHERING FOR A XMAS SURF.« Reply #4 on: January 05 2005 11:01:00 »
Hi Jock, I went to Lunnan on the 24th and 26th Dec. Twas ok but nowhwere near as special as Montrose seafront.If you follow the signs for Seafront splash. Just to the left of the Coastguard office. I was faced on xmas eve by 6ft pure swell+ clean as clean gets coming in at 20/25 sec sets. It was a dream. I had the best 2hr surf i have ever had. I will be posting some photo's on this week. Yvonne, thanks for the tip. Had a look at Pease Bay. Was very blowy, but again will be posting some cracking photo's this week. Happy surfing.