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Death on the North Coast

Postby Major Lazer » Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:30 am

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Re: Death on the North Coast

Postby Tex » Tue Jan 14, 2020 7:15 pm

My wife has been really grieving for that family. So hard to know what exactly leads to that type of tragedy. The ocean is not to be fucked with. I dont know how many times I talk to kids in the spring that want to go body surfing with just shorts and t-shirts on open beach breaks. One bad rip and they are all goners. Really sorry to hear when there is loss of life on the coast.
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Re: Death on the North Coast

Postby Major Lazer » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:18 am

It's hard to say and not sure anyone is to blame. I think it's hit so hard because of the young children that were lost especially if you have children of your own. I believe it was a bit of a freak accident especially after reading a quote from a women who's lived in that cove since 73, a rare full time resident, who claims it was the highest she has ever seen the water at that location. My wife was out in Manzo on a girls weekend and was sending me pics, which were pretty crazy.
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Re: Death on the North Coast

Postby BOX » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:48 am

Yeah, this whole thing sucks no matter how you look at it. I really feel for the family. I'm a dad, and if I was that dad I would be inconsolable... if that's even a strong enough word. I hope they are able to find some sort of peace.

The water has definitely been high and wild lately down here on the central coast. Stay safe, everybody.
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Re: Death on the North Coast

Postby bluesilver » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:48 pm

Last time I was there - this last summer, this is where we were, same buildings/walkway. The water was so low then...
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