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Jamie Gagnon of Wells plunges into the chilly Atlantic Ocean after the wave he was riding to be able to flatten out on Saturday, March 3, 2012, At Gooch’s lake in Kennebunk. Buy snapshot

surfer Daniel Faucette of Santa Barbara, Calif, Loosens up before showing up in the waves at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk. Thick neoprene wet suits insulate surfers from the frigid ocean water. Buy video / photo

Benny Nadeau of Wells heads out surfing during a snow storm, Chinese Wholesale Jerseys
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thomas O’Brien, Of wells, Reacts to the cold splash of a 41 degree water as he heads out to surf with friends at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk on Saturday, March 3, 2012.

Mark Spalding paddles from a breaking wave at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk.

Surfers bob like seals while you’re watching for waves at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk. The season’s first big excellent skiing conditions also brought large swells, tempting surfers from as far away as New jersey. Buy video / photo

Mark Spalding paddles down a disobeying wave at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk. Last week’s snow storm also brought good swells with it, Giving users three good days to ride the waves.

A surfer rides a wave at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk on tuesday, March 3, 2012. Buy pictureprofessional

Mark Spalding rides a wave while paddle diving at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk. Last week’s snow storm brought large swells with it, Giving browsers three good days of riding the waves.

Tyler Menninger linked Langhorne, pa, Left this exhilarated after a day riding the waves at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk. Buy pic

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Gooch’s Beach as Mark Spaulding carries his paddleboard back to his truck after a day riding the waves in Kennebunk. Buy picture / video

KENNEBUNK, Maine Skiers and snowmobilers aren’t the only ones feeling deprived by Mother Nature this winter. Surfers have been disappointed, much, But the other day they finally got their wish. The season first substantial storm not only dumped several inches of snow on southern Maine, But also kicked up three days of the queen’s waves, luring surfers from as far away as New jersey.

Mark Spaulding did not have to travel quite so far. He lives just five long distances from Gooch’s Beach, one very popular surf spot in Kennebunk. The stand up paddle board surfer made the the swells, Riding waves in the 41 degree water until the streetlights lighted.

“until recently [this is what season has] Been damaging flat as a pancake. But several weeks good, you generally go till dark, he said.

Surfers made the most of it, Realizing good storms this winter are few and far between.

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