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Topic: Looking for waves in germany
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Topic: Looking for waves in germany
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sean

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RE: Looking for waves in germany

hey, i'm going to be living in Germany next year for studying at Tuebengin and was wondering if its worth bring either my long board or body-board?

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Seenotjens

RE: Looking for waves in germany

Pretty much the same question as in the thread "Surf". Anyway, for informations about the German North Sea coast check this:

http://freenet-homepage.de/seenotjens/nordsee-e.html


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