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RE: learning to surf in Florida« on: November 14 2004 10:11:00 »
Hey I just got to florida and I am looking for a funboard, used, not too expensive. I have been to Deerfeild a few times and it is not bad, where is the Big Kahuna?
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #1 on: March 18 2005 13:03:00 »
My boyfriend usually goes to Sebastion...he says it's pretty good down there. He says CoCoa beach is alright, but not very consistent.
The only downfall of Sebastion is that it is the most popular surf spot in Florida (as far as I know) so that makes it crowded - with both fellow surfers and bennies
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #2 on: April 21 2005 20:04:00 »
go back about 30 years,i have a used time machine for sale
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #5 on: May 19 2005 08:05:00 »
"yeah hope you step on a needle .....surfin U.S.A"
sheesh, nice sentiment. Who got YOU up this morning? Your wife's boyfriend sneaking out the window?