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March 29, 2012


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mike ive been going to the bowl for over 30 yrs. and ive never seen it look like it looks now. this is the most sand ever...almost halfway to the end of the jetty! very unusual winter. i believe it will go back to its usual bowl self next winter,but it will never be like it used to be before they [army corp of dumbells]extended the jetty and kind of destroyed the wave that used to be soooo good there.

correction not 30 yrs.more like 40...boy gettin old.

But is she still dishy? That is the question.

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