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RE: Dundee Surfers« on: November 04 2007 22:11:00 »
well, checked these spots out in the internet and hey! doesn't look too bad :) I'm just afraid they're VERY crowded whenever swell's good... I can imagine ALL the people from edin/glas come there at once especially on the weekends?
but yes, it's cool, thanks for your help you opened my eyes in some way :o)
where do you live by the way? may I ask
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #1 on: November 05 2007 07:11:00 »
yes u can ask i stay in livingston thats inbetween glasgow and edinburgh. yes these beaches can get crowded but not that crowded and theres nice wee spots out of the way of those crowded places that work really well.i can drive 4 2 hours up or down the east coast and get good waves with no 1 about 4 miles. the norths really crowded. if u where 2 drive from here up north along the eastcoast u would never make it because theres so many places that arent mentioned along this coastline
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #2 on: November 05 2007 11:11:00 »
sounds great!! secret spots huh? ;o)
hmm and do you think it's easy to find people who are keen on surfing as well? 'cause mostly it's more fun when you have company :)
have a good night/day depending on when you read this
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #3 on: November 07 2007 13:11:00 »
yep loads of people surf here i meet loads of diffeent people when out surfing. theres clubs but i aint into them i usually go 2 local spots so know quite a few people. u will meet loads of people when ur here and in the water
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #4 on: November 08 2007 03:11:00 »
... hm this question does not really fit in a surf forum, but... do you have any idea how to find kind of a share flat? I wouldn't expect to find such in a newspaper? At home I would have a look at the university pin board... but, well,... :)
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #6 on: November 12 2007 14:11:00 »
You should try a website called flatshare.com.. Just google it. It does what it sys on the tin. I curretly live in Birmingham,but from Dundee(Movin back soon) Always up the East coast when I come home, had some lovely uncrowded action at home. I usually go down to South Wales and it's like a zoo when it's crankin. Good luck in your search.
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #7 on: November 14 2007 02:11:00 »
WOW thank you a LOT this is a veeeeery useful link!!! :)
mhm heard bout south wales, saw some pics AWESOME! enjoy the surf as long as you can & rock on & thank you once again
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #8 on: January 19 2008 10:01:00 »
Hey all.. Im linz in dundee..been back home for 4 years now and i need to meet some people to surf with.. ive been out of the water for too many years but grew up surfing southern california/hawaii etc.. im suited n booted but i need a board..shortboard. 6'2 or slightly bigger..get in touch im goin fkn crazy being landlocked this long..my board got smashed in shipping and i have cash for a new one..where do i find a decent shaper around here and i have no wheels so if any of my fellow surfers want to hook up and paddle out let me know..also get in touch n let me know where the good breaks are..i read lunan bay, ive been up there and it was always flat but the point looks like it has some potential?? help a bruthah out ;)
RE: Dundee Surfers« Reply #9 on: January 30 2008 04:01:00 »
hi big surf predicted for sat anybody going out? dunbar maybe st andrews or kingsbarns as i dont feel like driving too far!