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Topic: best spot

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replies: 13

By:

chris tiqui

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United States of America United States of America

 

best spot

« on: April 16 2007 09:04:00 »

where are the best spots in the united states?

By:

Bill

RE: best spot

« Reply #1 on: April 17 2007 09:04:00 »

Tom, I'm trying to help you, but you just won't go along with the program.  Your recommendations show your ignorance.  It's the North Shore of Oahu, the Wedge is for boogeyboarders and bodysurfers, severe localism in Santa Cruz.  West side vs. east side stuff.  dude, take a year off and travel, then open your mouth.  Ever hear the old one about it's better to keep your mouth shut and have people think you are stupid rather than opening it and proving them right?  Live it.

By:

Jeff

RE: best spot

« Reply #2 on: April 18 2007 03:04:00 »

Youre ignorrance shines through like a true american.

By:

Bill

RE: best spot

« Reply #3 on: April 18 2007 04:04:00 »

O.K. dude, you're right.  Have fun doing your thing.  I'm glad to hear you have a passion for surfing.  Enjoy the Outer Banks and get tubed next time you're there.  Peace.

You're really missing it, travel and see what it is all about.

By:

Bill

RE: best spot

« Reply #4 on: April 18 2007 04:04:00 »

chris tiqui
The answer to your question is Black's Beach in Southern California.  The waves are awesome.

By:

Jeff

RE: best spot

« Reply #5 on: April 18 2007 06:04:00 »

Ive headr that place is preety  good to Bill.  Dont mind the above lake boogie boarder he is very close minded not to mention a pathetic excuse for a living organism.  Ireeland and Scotland looks pretty good all fall and winter if youre into travelling abroad.

By:

Otter

RE: best spot

« Reply #6 on: April 18 2007 20:04:00 »

Yup, Black's Beach is an awesome break.  Mag grade overhead barrels on occassion.

By:

Jeff

RE: best spot

« Reply #7 on: April 19 2007 16:04:00 »

"But again, I work Retail.  I won't be traveling anywhere until my  June trip to the OBX "  
Listen Tom, just  because the quicky mart wont ever give you time off doesnt mean you cant play hooky every now and then.  Tell Habib the slushy machine broke down and youve got robbed 3 times last night.  Take the till money and buy yourself a wetstuit so you can finalllllllyyyyyy go down to the frog pond and "BODYBOARD".  maybe youll be less of a nusisance here.

By:

Jeff

RE: best spot

« Reply #8 on: April 19 2007 19:04:00 »

Oh yeah Mr spelling Bee its spelled Oahu NOT  uahuo.  DUMBASS!

By:

Bill

RE: best spot

« Reply #9 on: April 20 2007 05:04:00 »

Black's Beach is jus north of San Diego.  There are high cliffs adjacent to the beach which sometimes contain a large number off duty sailors and marines on them, each serviceman holding very high powered binoculars (at times, in one hand).  The marines are not watching the surf, they are scanning the sand for INP's. (itinerant naked personnel)  You see, Black's is also a nude beach. (portions of it)  
The surf can get huge and gnarly, but is well formed and breaks both left and right, the lefts are faster.  It is imtermediate to expert as far as skill level.  Localism is high, but a cool attitude can carry you past confrontations.  When I lived out there I surfed it once or twice, but preferred other spots because they are easier to get to.


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