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RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #1 on: November 14 2007 08:11:00 »
Not really a point, but Wildwood NJ, hard up against the Cape May jetty is hot!! The sandbar is pretty far out and when there is a swell, this place hits it. It is quite a long hike and the beach is friggin HUGE but you can get some good shacks here.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #3 on: November 15 2007 07:11:00 »
You must be taking lessons from OZ because you are about as cryptic as he is. Inscrutability is forever, man. Keep the PBR but pass dem crab cakes ovah heah!!
Ok, I told you about Wildwood, now you know da secret.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #4 on: November 15 2007 16:11:00 »
Yea, CM Gal, you brew slut , so I'm going to surrepticiousally give the ultimate wave, right coast: It's a point that a premier R.I. beer was named for; it's a rolling left point that has a lighthouse offshore from it, and you can run up the point and have clam cakes and Gansett' frosties at the F'ocsle! Oh, by the way, 'Tom' is that my space fag who only surfs on his blow-up version of Megan Abubo!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #5 on: November 19 2007 07:11:00 »
Seeing as how R.I. isn't that big, it's not too tough to figure out where you are talking about. Begins with an N followed by the letters -------sett? Nice location, facing southeast, should pick up some decent swell. Next time I make it up to Boston, I'll have to stop by and check it out. I'll check out the beer too, while I'm at it.
Tom, Tom, Tom....... How's Florida? Or did she ditch you and take off by herself? Hope so, you pathetic loser. OBX, indeed!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #6 on: November 19 2007 15:11:00 »
Jesus h.- Can't you rednecks read a map (outside of a Civil War one)?; Rhody is little, but it has more coastline than Californicationia, CM! It's not this 'bay'; it's east, 'offshore' lighthouse and is framed by Nannaquaket and Haffenraffer's- rest is up to you all; one ride here and you'll hang up beach breaks forever. P.S., the infamous 'ledge' can be seen sw from here, and it's not the tow-in spot from Surfer 2005- in the words of Sea Shepard's Paul Watson, "we sink those motorized pussy-vehicles."
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #7 on: November 19 2007 15:11:00 »
We never claimed to be geniuses here in NJ. Anyone who was accused of being one of "those" moved away pronto. Why didn't you say Sakonnet Point? I'm assuming that's where you mean because if you go any further east you hit the state line. Little Compton? I've got an ancestor buried there, her name was Elizabeth Pabodie. (no lie, or so I've been told) Heard of her? Well, she's never heard of you either.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #8 on: November 19 2007 20:11:00 »
Yea, CM, you are the recessive bastard genes of an incestuous relationship back in the Pilgrim days because John Alden was your uncle; one thing cool, he was arrested for collecting seaweed from Kennebunkport River (pushed in from heaving winter seas wrapping into Mundaka-like rivermouth!). He also 'landed' a smaller boat at Duxberry from the Mayflower crew ( usually close-out beachbreak). TOM, on the other hand, was conceived in a $20 trick outside Motel 6 in San Bernardino, California! (don't wanna die in San Berdino, got giant cockroaches- Frank Zappa/1971).
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #9 on: November 20 2007 05:11:00 »
Rachel, yeah, that's the girl. She wised up, huh? So you moved to the wrong coast in Florida with minimal surf and then you two split up. And you wonder why I called you a loser?
You've posted on these boards enough for surfers all across the globe to know about you. Ever heard of the six degrees of separation? You are a cog in that scheme. Hey, it ain't all bad, you've at least accomplished that. Happy Thanksgiving, you turkey.