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great surf spot« on: November 09 2004 15:11:00 »
I have yet to try surfing, but have been snowboardingh and wakeboarding for years...I want to go to a spot that is not bullsh_t beginner, but also not expert....leaving end of november from canada...any suggestions?
RE: great surf spot« Reply #2 on: November 12 2004 23:11:00 »
Yeah, and stay at a beginner's spot you moron!
RE: great surf spot« Reply #3 on: January 12 2005 17:01:00 »
I have surfed now for about 4 months total. I can surf and turn but am no means an expert! One tip for a person that has never surfed before but thinks they can rip because they can snowboard, is: stay on small waves and beginner spots. In the long run it is best. No shittin' see ya
RE: great surf spot« Reply #4 on: March 16 2005 07:03:00 »
Contrary to the previous posts, Boston Bay is actually quite good for beginners. There are boards to rent, and it's very sheltered, which adds to a beginner's confidence. I used to chaperone my Kingston high-schoolers there on holiday, and even the timid would allow me to push them into a few on my board.