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Topic: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

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replies: 179

By:

walt33

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RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« on: March 20 2006 14:03:00 »

hey everyone dont judge places if ya havent been......now i am from nova scotia as well and i surfed all over nova scotia and i also went to many places in ontario where there is surf i also surfed all of british columbia as well and i have spent time at relatives in the new england area surfing as well as carolina now i honestly did not like ontario surfing it didnt appeal to me and there is not much surf but i can see with the right day you def could have a good surf. ontario honestly is not as good to surf then nova scotia with all do respect. im glad to see ppl from ontario interested just because you dont live by ocean doesnt mean ya cannot surf so keep it up guys just enjoys your selfs ......cheers

By:

SPUD iSLANDa

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #1 on: March 20 2006 16:03:00 »

hey locomoco are there any good campsties close to surf in kennington cove? how far away are they? PEACE

By:

locomoco

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #2 on: March 20 2006 21:03:00 »

hey spud islanda there are a few places to camp in L-town. if you really lookin for a place go to happy dudes surf emporium it is on seaforth drive about a mile past lawerancetown beach he can hook ya up with everything and help ya get a campin spot. also got some cool boards too but dont tell him your a beginner cause he will give ya an 8 foot Bic board there not so good lol...cheers

By:

locomoco

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #3 on: March 20 2006 21:03:00 »

spud islanda sorry dude i was thinkin about lawerancetown and you asked for kennington cove..........spud islanda this is the best place for campin man. i am actually about a half hour drive from kennington and its a pretty cool spot with some good waves . the waves ghet crazy in the winter but you can still surf there all summer and not even need a wet suit haha .....but to get to your question there are about million places to camp all over the island the closes would be in Mira that is a big camping area lots of places to stay very cool about 15 minute drive

By:

nat

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #4 on: April 29 2006 09:04:00 »

hola!  for sure.  i am from toronto but i have land in costa rica and have been learning to surf on the central pacific coast..(Dominical), thinking about how much i am gonna miss these beautiful waves when i go back to toronto in 6 days!
drop me a line , please!!!!!!!
pura vida

By:

nat

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #5 on: April 29 2006 09:04:00 »

oops. srry...my email
costaricahor@hotmail.com

By:

E-Rotch

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #6 on: May 03 2006 01:05:00 »

me, E-rotch im in E_RACH@hotmail.com (<-msn only)

By:

Kim Day

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #7 on: May 04 2006 16:05:00 »

I would definitely be interested I did a surf course in Devon and would love to try again. Do you know of a good school to do more surfing here?

Kim

By:

Surf forever

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #8 on: May 05 2006 21:05:00 »

Already started it's called the ESA (Eastern Surfing Association) Great Lakes.  Look up the ESA . org site and you'll find us.

By:

Surf forever

RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?

« Reply #9 on: May 05 2006 21:05:00 »

Already started it's called the ESA (Eastern Surfing Association) Great Lakes.  Look up the ESA . org site and you'll find us.


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