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RE: Scotland's surf spots« on: November 07 2004 07:11:00 »
Bravo "Local from Lewis" comment.. Im a jock living in Wales, and surf wherever I go. I never get attitude from local surfers anywhere, always welcomed.. People who go on about "locals attitude" normally walk on the beach with attitude themselves.. The sea is for everyone, i reckon there's enough water to go around.. Message to the Lewis locals.. If you do get the chance you should check out Rhosilly Bay, in the Gower, great waves, when it's clean, better than Newquay.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #1 on: December 05 2004 05:12:00 »
Just been reading johns comments, It is a shame that there are surfers out there with attitudes such as johns but I do believe there is a need for people like john..............................I like a laugh when I turn on the computer.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #2 on: December 10 2004 03:12:00 »
Talking utter shit mate!!! Small waves my arse, just one word, BRU!!
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #3 on: December 20 2004 14:12:00 »
Julian, Julian, Julian.. Dear chap. I think if you knew what you were talking about you would see the Hebrides kicks Newquay ass on a regular basis.. Maybe next next time your on a 4x4 jolly with your chums, you should bring Farquar and possibly mummsy and James Hewitt to hold your limp hand.
RE: Scotland's surf spots« Reply #5 on: December 23 2004 10:12:00 »
Julian had to retire and go on holiday to Newquay with his fwends and his 4x4 and his new surftech mini mals.