Is that what heaven looks like?
Yes. If you get to ride those waves. Otherwise, it's the other place, I'm afraid.
the "other place" aka lynda marr? (if all the other places get their names obfuscated, it would be a shame to leave lm out.)
How about if all you people that hate LMSM so much that they need to write about it just don't surf it any more. It's getting real boring. How many times do you have to keep making the same mistake before you figure it out? If it's such a shit spot don't surf it. Then maybe you can post something of importance.
Bigfish, here are some more boring topics!! haha
1: Videos that has been posted on here a bunch of times over and over.
2: Talk about eating donuts, or bear claws, or fritters.
3: Link to some terrible article that someone wrote for a 4th rate surf blog
4: Bolinas, anything about the amazing waves and all around culture in bolinas.
5: Nominating someone for president, saying good morning to someone else on here, or talk about sports
6: Any article that has anything to do with Ocean Beach whatsoever
7: Photos of sunsets
8: Thinking you are funny when you are really not. The most stoked are really good at that
9: Animals, wether it be dogs, dolphins, sharks, or otters.
10: Taking a stance against localism. I know it is a tough stance to take, but if you stick your head out and come out on the right side of this difficult issue yit will still be very boring..
Yo Manny, I think that covers everything on this site.
That spot looks sweet! Let's end the negativity in this thread, folks.
How about ending it on this site.
Boring topics cont.
11: People who keep droning on and on about how boring and messed up this site is.
You'd definitely have earned you morning bear claw if you rode one of those nuggets all the way to the beach. Sweet wave but I've seen Bolinas break longer, replete with dancing dolphins and oggling otters.
Manny and Bigfish for president!
I love talking about dolphins. Once I yelled at a dolphin at the top of my lungs, I said "HEY" and he(?) swam over to check me out. It blew my mind.
One thing I did notice about Linda Mar is that the surf tends to close out a lot.
This pic is of Lyndy Mar back in the day before half of Pedro Point fell off into the Pacific!
That looks a lot like Chicama, Peru. It really is like that...
@waggy, you ever thought about being a professional surf reporter? ;)
I'm Sean Collins' spiritual child.
One could only wish it were a reverse negative and they were all rights. Not that it matters, but sweet!
As for how strong are your legs, more like how strong is your upper body for paddling back out after every long ride in? Unless there's a way to walk back out to the point on the left.
I can remember times when the surf was similar to this and so consistent, your arms and shoulder literally became so sore from paddling you could just barely get them to move anymore. But then the adrenaline kicks in when you see more waves coming, and coming, and coming . . . just one more you say to yourself, and you make it back out for that last ride in to end the day!
One thing is for damn sure, that lineup would really get you in "surf shape", especially if you rode it out and then paddled around each time. Bucket list fo sho
Great Pic. Only in dreams do I see waves like that.