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RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« on: November 02 2005 18:11:00 »
I was in Australia this summer and miss surfing so much. I'll definitely pitch for gas. I know it's November now, but it's supposed to be 15 degrees this Saturday!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #1 on: November 05 2005 17:11:00 »
and as we all know, surf quality depends on air temp.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #2 on: November 16 2005 16:11:00 »
If you must come here, please stick to the beachbreak at Lawrencetown. You are simply not welcome elsewhere, especially if you are visibly incompetent, and are not at least a YEAR-ROUND familiar face.
I am expecting most of you to ignore this so:
DO NOT paddle for the shoulder when you are sitting inside. If there is any doubt, paddle for the whitewater and stay out of the way. DO NOT show up six to a car. DO NOT blab to your friends in the bar back home in Ontario about the surf, although I realize it's difficult to not constantly talk about yourself. Finally, at least try to familiarize yourslef with some of the ettiquette and politics that go with surfing. This way you at least become less of a nuisance.
"increasingly annoyed"« Reply #3 on: November 21 2005 10:11:00 »
Do you have any other suggestions that would make us all better people?
You bitch at people for surfing in Ontario, then you bitch at them to stay away from the East coast.
How as citizens of Canada and obviously your minions may we seek to make you happy?
On a serious note. Travellers to the Hfx area should be respectful (as should locals) and if learning, the beach break really is the best spot to be. It is a lot more fun to learn without worrying about running into or being run in to others.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #5 on: January 18 2006 09:01:00 »
dude, right now im not in halifax, im traveling the country, but u can catch a bus to the surf man. and if ur in halifax just spred the word im sure ur going to find some good waves with some good people, i wouldnt worry about it. the beach closest by is lawerance town, and they give lessons and hook up with happy dudes a surf rental place that will help u out for sure. good luck man peace!!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #6 on: January 23 2006 14:01:00 »
just for the record; there is absolutely nothing wrong with people from ontario (or anywhere else) surfing in nova scotia. there are, however, many things wrong with IDIOTS (from anywhere) surfing in nova scotia... i.e. those who dont know the rules, dont show respect, dont stick to the beach break until they gain at least a rudimentary level of proficiency, think they are gods gift because they own a crappy 8ft BIC longboard that they bought at Cleves and paddle it out at some of the best spots even though they cant stand up on it, etc. If you are one of these people... get a clue, pay your dues, dont paddle straight to the peak and expect to get set waves, dont expect to be handed respect on a silver platter, and for christ's sake, get rid of the BIC.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #7 on: January 23 2006 20:01:00 »
True that kid, the only thing is, dont judge someone by what they surf on, judge them on how they surf and how they treat fellow surfers. the rest you said, I back you up on!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #8 on: January 24 2006 20:01:00 »
Thats it! I'm taking my 3" back to Guelph! Screw you all!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #9 on: January 25 2006 13:01:00 »
thats ok OG I am going to McGill next year there are killer waves within hours of that area. What say we hook up and party?