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RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« on: July 30 2007 06:07:00 »
I know this guy sounds like a real asshole..all you need is common sense, he needs to chill out..
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #1 on: September 11 2007 22:09:00 »
Ivebeen wondering about surfing the winter on the east coast. Looking at uni there and surf is a priority. Can you still surf in jan/february or will the wettie and my face turn to ice?
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #2 on: September 16 2007 10:09:00 »
Apparently thats when we get the best swell is in the winter... The people who do surf in the winter say its not that bad, no big deal but I have yet to try it myself. You want a 6/5/4 or at least a 5/4/3 suit but I have heard of a few crazies who have gone all winter just wearing a hooded 4/3.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #3 on: September 16 2007 13:09:00 »
Anyone who says they go out in a 4/3 thru Jan anf Feb are llying for sure. I have a 6/4 cold. Of course its 2 years old now so Im getting a new winter suit this fall. you want 7 mm mitts and booties.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #4 on: September 30 2007 06:09:00 »
Im looking for a ride from Halifax to anywhere anyone is going to surf today..Lawrencetown?
I will pitch in for gas money!
Thanks soo much!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #5 on: October 19 2007 18:10:00 »
get over yourself jerk - that kind of localism isnt welcome with real locals in Nova Scotia.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #6 on: October 21 2007 13:10:00 »
Ayyyy! Wut's ahll do fuss, aboot? Tray St. John's tidal bore wyere yus get tubed in Moncton! Then ye clamb ovar der rucks and go ave a Mulson and lubsta stew. Ayyyy! P.s., the only holy wave within 100 miles is Matunuck weir we fish in winter- a great left at Deep Hole...and they louv Canucks! Ayyy.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #7 on: October 25 2007 21:10:00 »
Dear Tom- When's the last time the Canucks won the Stanly Cup? When's Canada ever had warm water? Why did you just elect a Prime Minister as fascict as Bush? Why did you just cop to have your ale combined with 'Adolph' Coors (achtung,baby!)? Sorry tom thumb, but real surfing starts south of the border! Sacre Bleu!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #8 on: November 12 2007 09:11:00 »
Just remember these rules you have stated you must now also abide by. Those epic waves from around the globe (Indo,Aus,Hawaii etc) are now off limits to you as you are not a local anywhere but off the frigid waters of NS. I have travelled all around the world surfing and what a great experience.Tolerance and sticking to the rules of conduct are the key.Treat people with respect and we will all get along fine.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #9 on: November 13 2007 20:11:00 »
Ah, Shucks, Marshall Tom, can't we all just get along? Bullshit! First, surf-riding is not a sport, rather an art where thr individual adjusts to subtle energy vortices and draws corresponding vectors; rather than have my 'lattice of coincidences' interferred with the perturbations of a random particle (non-local), I suggest carrying Tazers to the line-up to create that personal border in order that one may self-actualize.