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surfing oc - hey dudes..i'm visiting oc in february and i'm looking for someone who shows me some spots. would be nice to surf together...just contact me www.myspace.com/leolow
Check the map wannasurf.... - Cottons is the last break in Orange County.Trestles(uppers) and everything south of it is in San Diego County.The confusion created by this misconception is why the toll road has made any headway. It is for Orange County (pushed by their elected officials), but would be built thru the Park in San Diego County.
san clemente - dude san clemente is so chill...
TRESTLES - we only have till 2011...help save it before it's too late!this is an epic surfinjg spot and we should be honored to be able to say it's in out back yards. <3savetresles.comsavetretles.org
board prices - how much for a retro egg in orange county second hand or brand new?
SAN CLEMENTE - known for being the beach bum surfing area in OC
going home - im going back home to san clemente, how is the surf
The OC - There is a TV show in australia called The OC and its about this place.... weird hey
summer surfing - hi, i wanna just ask what about the frequency and wave size in august. i'm from europe and i 'm planning a trip in this country for the next august..thank you everybody !!!!!!!!!!
SHARKS NO JOKE - Sunset Beach — On May, 2, 2005, Bryan James was surfing at Sunset Beach, which is located between Surfside and Huntington Beaches. It was 1:30 PM and the sky was overcast. He had been in the water about 2 hours. James recalled; “I was sitting on my board waiting for a wave when I noticed large swirls in the water next to me. I also felt them around my legs under my board. I thought it might be a dolphin until I saw a large shark swim underneath my board. It appeared to be almost twice as big as my surfboard and twice as wide. It surfaced about 20 feet from where it had gone underneath me and slowly cruised back towards me. It submerged and continued to go underneath me a second time. I caught the first wave to the beach. Once onshore I noticed a large mark on the bottom of my board, much like a pressure ding. Although I did not feel the shark make contact with me or my board at any point it could have. There were 2 other surfers in the water with me about 10 yards from my location and they quickly exited the water when I came ashore. I did not see the shark after I reached the beach. The shark was 8 – 10 feet in length.” Tony Wong reported a shark encounter 15 days ago at Bolsa Chica Beach, which is just south of Sunset Beach. Caution should be exercised when utilizing this area for your ocean water activities. Please report any shark sighting, encounter, or attack to the Shark Research Committee.
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