justice wrote:female south Jersey. This forum is awesome. I have learned a lot of tips on here and I just joined. I tried yahoo answers and one jerk was so arrogant like he owned the ocean and beginners should stay on the beach. Jerk. Thanks in advance for your help
IMinCA wrote:Hello hello! Newbie here I've been wanting to learn how to surf for several years now...only until this year, I had the oppurtunity..and I love it! Now if I can pop up and stay up all will be great Looking forward to meeting everyone
ocean gypsy surf wrote:Hi all
I live near Hossegor in Labenne France, and have been trying to learn to surf for 8 years!!! and I'm still just a straight line surfer !! I get in the water when I can (kids permitting - I have 3). But I work with surfboards now with my husband (a surfer through and through), so no excuses I have to up my game as I rent out performance surfboards now with my husband. Hopefully after I've test driven most of them I should learn something.
I'm ok when it's mushy. It's when it gets hollow I pitch! I'm trying to take off sideways at the moment.
Ocean Gypsy Surf
jaffa1949 wrote:IMinCA wrote:Hello hello! Newbie here I've been wanting to learn how to surf for several years now...only until this year, I had the oppurtunity..and I love it! Now if I can pop up and stay up all will be great Looking forward to meeting everyone
More girls in the water please it slows down the testosterone type bad manners and is so much more enjoyable. The skills come with the time spend surfing, remember a bad day surfing is better than a good day at work.
stereoscope wrote:hey im Dave, from venice beach, in between ocean park and the breakwater. had a minor breakthrough this morning, finally got up on my 6'3 superfish, after a few months on a 7'6 funshape. still squirelly but so stoked. anyone else near here?
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