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RE: surfing Bermuda« on: March 27 2007 20:03:00 »
You guys can take your consistantly good waves. Lake Ontario"s 3 inchers rocked the house today. Below ankle high sets were rolling in with ocasional Ankle high rogue waves were awesome today. They almost made a swish sound...Almost like a wave.....except they were just really big ripples.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #1 on: April 08 2007 11:04:00 »
Yeah ? we'll today we were getting solid one to four inchers, But when the boats go by, They double up in size. We even had a 12 inch wave hit today. You shoulod have seen the people run. They thought it was a tidal wave.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #2 on: April 09 2007 13:04:00 »
'mujans don't cur 'bout you're tired tiny waves on the great lakes, get crackin'
us guys like turquoise walls in one of de nicest places in de world, k
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #3 on: April 10 2007 14:04:00 »
it'd be nice if you could spell bermuda correctly tom
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #4 on: April 19 2007 09:04:00 »
you guys had any waves lately?
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #5 on: April 21 2007 06:04:00 »
That nor'easter you're talking about did produce a few waves for us earlier this week. Fun ones were to be had at Moniz's bay.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #6 on: April 22 2007 04:04:00 »
I dont mean to make you sound like a total amateur but nor easters dontpush waves north west. They push waves south west. Inlanders, you cant teach them nothing.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #7 on: April 22 2007 16:04:00 »
actually bermuda gets the associated cold front which provides a stiff southerly for a few days which gives us fun wind swell for a day or two (with nice north west offshores). so whoever you are, get facts straight before you tell bermudians where their waves come from.
hear me bie.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #8 on: April 23 2007 03:04:00 »
i wasnt telling anyone where bermuda gets its waves from. in north america we get whats called a nor'easter its a huge low pressure system that funnels the wind from the north east. I know nothing about bermuda so maybe you should re read my message before you accuse me of acting like a know it all . my name isnt tom
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #9 on: April 25 2007 13:04:00 »
Tom DEFINATELY has mental issues. Go ask the nurse Rachel for some more ritilan because habib down at the quicky mart is going to fire you if you cant sever the slushies right