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RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« on: December 15 2007 14:12:00 »
to the dude with the bad attitude..
maybe YOU need a lesson in the values and traditions of surfing, because as far as i know the deal is to share the love as much as humanly possible. respect the waves and the people, end of story.
or you just need to move out to australia and get a lesson in how to chill the hell out.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #1 on: December 15 2007 14:12:00 »
Mr. Hairballfoot, Algore is trying to minimize contact with negatory vibes with Moderator Tomgirl and their forum on Hawaiian a$$holes; betcha, they wouldn't give their real website because they would get pounded for real's. Anyways, Pt. Judy's goin off tomorrow 6-10', but 28 air, 48 water; any takers?
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #2 on: January 12 2008 15:01:00 »
you elitist yahoos suck!! i've surfed the big waves in South Africa, and live in Fiji right now.
Respect goes a long way, but everyone has to learn sometime, and I for one will help a beginner out anytime. The same stupid territorial crap existed on Vancouver Island, and it's a true drag. Toffino has wicked waves, but the meat heads who look down their noses at anyone not local really spoils the fun. Grow up and get a clue. It's there for everyone!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #3 on: February 27 2008 19:02:00 »
so im considering coming to university in halifax next year.. does anyone have suggestions on what university is the best out there? i also longboard (sk8brd) is there any good hills to cruise out there? and also interested in surf lessons any instructors available???
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #4 on: March 01 2008 17:03:00 »
yes good schools yes lots of hills and yes lots of surf instructors, please come here and spend all of youre parents money
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #5 on: March 13 2008 13:03:00 »
Only one question that matters…are you going to surf today? As for the rest…shut up and get to it…No one owns the breaks and no one wants your attitudes…even if you think you are pro.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #6 on: March 18 2008 09:03:00 »
I'm from Quebec and I would love to organise a surf trip in Nova Scotia with my fraternity from UQAM. I heard you got rad waves??! So we're gonna be renting a bus and cruise up and down the coast. Any ideas as to where we should go? I heard of Rudy's, Western Head, Right Point, etc... They're good places eh? Ok, see you in the water!
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #7 on: March 19 2008 03:03:00 »
just rememder the surf code of conduct and you wont have any problems.
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #8 on: September 30 2008 21:09:00 »
RE: Dalhousie Halifax Surfing« Reply #9 on: February 08 2009 15:02:00 »
I'm going to school at dalhousie this september and I'm so stoked to do some surfing. I'd like to meet up with anybody who goes to dal or lives in halifax to catch some waves.