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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011
2:13 pm - Best places to visit in Hawaii

canyouguideme
 Planning your vacation? Think about Hawaii?
Well, it is definitely worth to think about it!
There are so many beautiful places to go and to see.
Find quick reports with nice pictures about what to see and what to do on the Islands:
www.canyouguideme.com/search/results

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Thursday, May 22nd, 2008
10:30 am - Enjoy!

healingheel
From the community profile:
"This is a community for the bold, dangerous, and out right crazy beach rats out there!"

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Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
12:03 am - Central Coast Pro / Arrive alive/ WQS Soldiers Beach. Australia.

velvetink
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The 2008 WQS Central Coast Pro surf competition was on last week at Soldier's Beach, my pics are up on my journal if you are interested. It was epic with Sally Fitzgibbons taking out the women's and Leigh Sedley taking out the mens.

chow :)

current mood: chipper

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Saturday, September 22nd, 2007
9:48 am - soldier's beach, nsw, Aust, friday evening

velvetink
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Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.
Ryunosuke Satoro (Japanese poet)

When I'm overwhelmed with too many thoughts I can't express I often find myself driving to my favourite beach. Tonight Soldiers Beach mellowed me out & calmed the frizz in my brain.

A soothing sedative I can share with you, well, the visuals at least.
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current mood: calm

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Friday, April 6th, 2007
7:25 pm

mrswtf
I live in Wilmington, NC and am new to surfing. I'm also 28 years old so any potential at going pro has probably passed. However, I do plan to enter a few women's competitions once I've established some skills. First, I'll master the standing up part.

Anyone who knows anything about Wilmington (other than Ben Bourgeois) knows that our surf is small and inconsistent. However, on the days that are prime learning waves, I'm often stuck with work (I own my own business) or I'm simply too laid out to make it to the beach and exert energy.

However, I know that given some time, I will conquer some basics. Then a backflip aerial.

So anyway, my question to you guys/gals is...when reading a surf report, and you're looking at wind direction, how do you know when it's just too much? I look at www.wblivesurf.com and www.wetsand.com to get an idea of the tide, wind, and wave height. But I also look at the 3 Day Buoy forecast in order to plan ahead. I know I want offshore winds so here on the East Coast, shouldn't I be excited about West winds? However, its the East wind that can build the swell, right? So uh...what is it that I want? And how many knots is too many knots?

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Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
2:42 am - Hot Tuna Central Coast Pro WQS, Soldiers Beach Australia- photos

velvetink
Hi I'm new here, although I can't ride anymore due to hip injury (not surf related) I still body surf and swim & cycle... Seem to have taken up photography to fill the hole...anyhow, I was at my local (Soldier's Beach, NSW) this past week photographing the Hot Tuna Central Coast Pro WQS contest.

Hot Tuna Central Coast Pro -held throughout this last week...Sponsored by Hot Tuna the event is a 4 Star rated World Qualifying Series (WQS) event for men and a 2 Star rated WQS event for women held at Soldiers Beach on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.

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Sam Cornish (Aus) took out 1st in the Womens

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Tais Almeida Brazil - 2nd

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Paige Hareb NZ - 4th

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Neco Padaratz - Brazil won the 7th round to eliminate the highly touted Dane Reynolds (USA)

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Big Spray

anyhoo thought you might be interested, I'm still posting larger pics on my lj velvetink over the next couple of days... drop in and say hi.

We get a lot of competitions around here, surf and conditions usually perfect.
You can also find out more about the event, (incl. videos & pics) at

http://live.coastalwatch.com/default.aspx?eid=14325&qryL=english

ps hope this post isn't too long, let me know if pics should be behind a cut....also is anyone on here around this area? NSW Australia?

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Saturday, January 20th, 2007
11:19 pm - Ron Jons

haxxor_saurus
Hi everybody. I've been riding a longboard for a while, and i was looking for an inexpensive shortboard. I found one at ronjons.com, and I was wondering if anyone has heard anythign about ron jon surfboards.
Thanks

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Saturday, March 18th, 2006
2:51 pm

harbs
Does anybody know what date the Biarritz Surf Festival starts this year?

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Monday, February 27th, 2006
6:02 pm - anyone need any fins

peace4ever
Hey guys. I have some Black FCS fins for sale on ebay if anyone's interested.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7222542843

current mood: cheerful

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Friday, September 2nd, 2005
4:21 pm - Please help with advice

tawkent
I need help with your insights. Here is a situation.
A while ago a surfer contacted my mother’s company to buy her product. My mother owns/operates a small business selling clear self-adhesive plastic film. The film is called GlassPatch and is intended for windows repair. When a window glass is cracked, the film it glued on the broken glass from one or two sides, covering the whole window. The film is similar to strong clear packaging tapes but sold in big and wide rolls. The surfer guy claimed that he somehow got her film from someone and supposedly it was the best thing that he ever found for fixing or improving (I’m not sure) surfboards. Can anyone guess what he would use it for? Are surfboards covered with some kind of plastic film to protect them? Again, the film in a roll is big enough to cover the whole board. The adhesive is as strong as, probably, duct tape, but does not adhere with full strength immediately and allows to reposition the film.
Appreciate any help I can get. Please e-mail me to spamanet-ng - at - yahoo.com (remove the dashes and spaces)
Thanks,
Alex
P.S. I’m not trying to sell the film to you - I just need information. Thanks again.

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Friday, August 5th, 2005
10:20 am - I'm new here

yellow_koala
I live in California and I'm visiting Kauai for the next couple of weeks and while I'm here I would like to take a surfing lesson. I've never surfed before and the only place I can seem to find that I can afford (budget being less than $100) is the Kauai Surf School on Poipu Beach.

I was wondering if anyone knew if this was a good school to take a group lesson at and out of 8:00am, 12:00pm or 2:00pm which time would be better to get the lesson?

Any help is much appreciated!

current mood: curious

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Saturday, July 30th, 2005
1:17 pm - Q: How many kooks can you put on one board?

reviewer_rob
Answer: It dependds on how big of a board you build.

I'm in Santa Monica right now. Last night I was in Huntington Beach and that afternoon at the US Open of Surfing they broke the world's record for how many people on one surfboard, "the Nev Hyman-shaped 40-foot world's biggest surfboard". I have read the article and seen the photo but for some reason I think it's one of those things that have to be witnessed in person to be really appreciated or believed.

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Article:
http://www.surfline.com/surfnews/2005_07_29_bigboard.cfm

Anyone sorry they weren't on that board too?

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Tuesday, July 26th, 2005
9:15 pm

drumerstevey
hey im new and i just started to try surfing on vacation in cali...i live in jersey and im 15 yrs old...i wanna get into surfing and i would like to get a board...i have no clue what brand or size to get...i have pretty good balance and i was able to easily surf a 7ft soft board...im about 5ft right now and still growing so i would like something that last me for a while especially height weise. i was looking a 6ft board cause my parents are gonna be the ones buying the board and they arent gonna wanna spend money on 2 boards in a series of 2 years or so....so i was looking a short boards obviously...so if you guys could gimme ur suggestions on what kind of board i should get..that would be great...thx

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Monday, June 20th, 2005
1:13 pm - www.newyorksurfers.com
newyorksurfers Hey guys, I'm really trying to get the word about my website (http://www.newyorksurfers.com) out. Please take a look over there and register if you like what you see. Frequently updated forecasts, forum, gallery, news and much more will be available. Thanks!

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Saturday, June 18th, 2005
8:40 pm

x0xluckylady
Does anyone know if its worth driving down to cocoa beach for the waves its only 3hrs for me and theres no waves on the gulf cost+red tide. If someone could let me know thatd be great thanks!

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Wednesday, June 15th, 2005
6:40 pm

yayanoho
I habe a surfer friend going to Mauii this summer. Hes from Massachusetts and I want him to have fun. Does anyone know of a good board rental/shop outh there where he can get hooked up, abnd also maybe some sweet spots, nothing secret if you dont want to give it out.
Thanks A Lot

current mood: exhausted

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1:49 am - What board???
surfer_chick86 Hi everyone I'm new here. Well my best friend is buying me a surf board and I was wondering if anyone would have any suggestions as to what type of board... This is my first board so I need some help.. thanks.. later...

current mood: tired

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Sunday, June 12th, 2005
12:48 am

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Monday, June 6th, 2005
8:39 pm
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Friday, June 3rd, 2005
2:43 pm

x0xluckylady

hey guys i just bought a used board and i wanna show it off so heres sum pics...enjoy and COMMENT
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