NOT AFFLIATED WITH THE SAN ONOFRE SURF/SURFING CLUB
I LIKLE IT.
Gawd help us all, Puttzle out of town for a week and Murphy un-chained and un-cut. It's gonna be a very long week.
Such a song title, Hayseed, Unchained and Uncut. I see a Grammy for you.
I am hot, so don't be pourin no water on me, just lemme burn.
Haystack, how's Marge doing.
Dad gum, Murphus. I headed to the place 'they call' Old 'Nnofre. What a sorry lot down there. She's blown out by a Westerly wind. It is gawd awful, confusion, disdain, uncertainty, run rampant. The poor fellows are trying to survive the day stunning the ukeleles huddled beneath the stenchful bamboo thatches. It is a dismal day for sure. Lots of confusion.
Large Marge is doing just fine, thank you for asking.Just got back from that gawd awful San Onofre, the newly graded dirt entrance is totally washed out and pocked with deep ravines. The Rangers are closing it down for sure by noon. The wood ukeleles were rain damaged so we all got out the plastic crank ones, sounded better than the real deal.
Did Murphy get up yet?
Swell, I possess a magnificent Dairy Queen crank ukelele.
That confounded beach can KMMFA.\)(/
I'm trying to get to San Onofre surf beach today. Will there be a long line?
Anon' #4, I'm from Flushing NY. There is a long line, it seems endless. The Park Admis-trator said it would be a eighty minute wait. It is cold and windy. I may have to go home.
Haystack,I'm with you. those plastic ukes are best for bad weather.
this just in, the friggin kite surfers have taken over the entire beach today, kites and wires and harnesses everywhere but unfortunately, no injuring to report.
Our excercise club went down to 'Onofre beach Due to gale force winds we were turned away by Rangers. It is not pretty at all down there. Authorities say they'll be closed until the new storm passes through. Looks like we head for Doe Hoe manana en la manana.
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