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RE: bodyboarding&surfing« Reply #1 on: February 16 2010 10:02:380 »
me based down in mk - uk, bit like a newer version of ek, my old man lives n cumbria, so with family visits i,m looking to spend quite a bit of time looking 4 waves up north. recent trip to lewis omg - 15'+ big scary but heaven on a sponge. if ya wanna catch up on a trip i can pick up on way through (drive new hilux200 with bars so board no prob - i'll be sponging)to north shore, looking for unknown gems to shoot. drop a reply with contact details if interested in hooking up. I'm on magicseaweed forum and kernowbodyboarding forum as weedwabit.
RE: bodyboarding&surfing« Reply #2 on: March 30 2010 14:03:800 »
I used to bodyboard back in Portugal (where I'm from) but know i decided to go back and i just bought my board and i'm ready to go.
I stay about 20 miles from Glasgow and i'm thinking in going to places like Belhaven, Codingham Bay...
Where do you normally surf?
Very keen to meet new people and to catch some waves.