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    _B-L-U-E_ Betazep's Avatar
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    >>>How better to relax after a hard days typing than to hurl your body through a tiny water filled stone tunnel completly at the mercy of mother nature? You check those out when you were there?<<<

    Well... a few years back, we had some wopping 45 footers that killed several people. Imagine being at the bottom of a wave that towers over you like a five story building. Some people got the ride of their lives... and lived to tell about it.

    I usually stick to body boarding on smaller 2-5 ft waves. Haven't done much of it lately with my schedule and after I lost my flipper when I was smashed across the coral from a really demanding set.

    Do a lot more beach going/walking with the kid and wife lately... she always finds that romantic and it gets her away from the rigor of being a mom.
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    >>> sightings of a bright shiny orb in the sky

    That was then, this is now. Below zero of course, hard wind from the mainland and 10cm snow per hour right now.

    >>> she always finds that romantic

    Mine too. Still, it's not so bad, (well - in the summer), evening meal in the garden, couple of bottles of chilled white wine, walk along the beach for a couple of hours, (it's light until 23:00), sit around with some friends chatting until well dark, then up to the house and ...
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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    and what?

    The suspense is killing me.

    ...and you get your gear to go river rafting.

    ...and you paint the kitchen.

    oh wait... now I get it

    ...and you corral the elephants into their pens for the night.

    that has to be it.
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    > ...and you corral the elephants into their pens for the night.

    That, and wash the orangutans...

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    >>>That, and wash the orangutans...

    aww... what a blissful end to a perfectly romanic evening. I am having trouble holding the tears back, it is so beautiful. **sniff** **sniff**
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