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November 05, 2012


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Michael, glad to hear you're okay. For those of us far from the (salty) coasts, it's hard to imagine all that devastation - the pics are almost unreal. For no good reason, I just didn't think of NY/NJ as vulnerable as places like the OBX or New Orleans. Another lesson in respect.

Very happy to hear you are ok. Once you start surfing again you may find the bottom has changed and has made some nice new epic breaks.

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