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RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« on: February 22 2006 16:02:00 »
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RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #1 on: February 23 2006 18:02:00 »
What we should do is get in with Bust Loose, a group from Alberta that goes to Mazatlan every spring to surf during reading week tour to Mazatlan. Better to be meeting where we throw down some beers They go there and hang out with half naked babes from all over Canada and cuz Mazatlan is cheap and it has big waves.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #2 on: February 23 2006 21:02:00 »
Mark has a very good idea! especially about the half naked women!!!
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #3 on: February 24 2006 00:02:00 »
All you have to do is become a Rep for Bust Loose. They will fly you down to surf at Allen's McIntosh's surf camp. They are all in Mazatlan right now. On the "east pacific" website they have listed a big swell coming March 2nd. Tyler Rygus runs Bust Loose and he surfs. They bring down hundreds of girls from all over canada. Mostly Alberta and BC. It's a huge party going on for two weeks. I went last year, but this year I could'nt get out of work. This is good way for us to meet for surfng and big Party.
YEP!!!!!« Reply #4 on: February 24 2006 14:02:00 »
Just got back from mexico, surfed every morning. Or at least tried, Im a beginner and could barely stand up, but loved it anyway and will continue to keep on trying till I get it. Heard people surf in Ontario from a fellow traveler. Couldn;t beleive it until now.
Add me to you email list, I brought a board home with me and would love to join.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #5 on: February 24 2006 21:02:00 »
Strange isn't it? I couldn't believe it at first either..I don't think it will ever fully sink in. Some people I talk to about it still say "no way", others are more like "duh", kind of funny how to some people it is nothing strange to hear about surfing around here, others don't wanna hear about it, and to the wave hungry it is like a blessing from up above everytime they see a ripple in the lake.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #6 on: February 25 2006 10:02:00 »
Hey fry me up some canadian bacon eh and some KD eh! I didnt know the mounties and eskimos surf eh? So much for your hockey team eh!!! gimme a tim hortons coffee eh!!! when will you guys gust hand over your country to us eh? we are going to take all the water out of the lake you guys surf anyways eh!!! than youl have to travel to nova scotia and be there little b!@#$^s EEEHHHH!!!!!
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #7 on: February 26 2006 12:02:00 »
thats why you canadians need usa to protect yourselfs because you cant even stand up for yourselfs!!! We are going to take your water though and there is nothinbg you all can do about it but offer us a canadan beer EEEEEEEEHHHH!!!!!
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #8 on: February 26 2006 12:02:00 »
Hi, my name is Olson I would like to make some connections with some surfers so we can do some kind of trips like maybe with these Bust Loose guys. If you would like to get together with some other surfers and go on road trips to Oregon, or even Mexico, etc... I think we should pool our resources. please email me at Odurandina@hotmail.com and let me know who you are and what kind of surfing you would like to do.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #9 on: February 26 2006 15:02:00 »
that's firstname.lastname@example.org [all lower case].