Surf conditions at 6.10 a.m. on Tuesday 25th June 2013:
It's a pleasant and bright, peaceful morning, a light breeze wafting the scent of heavily blossoming hedgerows out to meet the two to three feet of glassy surf.
The breeze is offshore, the surf is kind of leftover windswell, so those waves are a little close together, the sky is bright and it's looking good. There's a couple out already, gliding the set waves on longboards, getting the chance to cover some distance on those big bottom turns. With high tide in an hour or two, I guess that the size might drop a little as this big tide recedes but it should build again this afternoon, maybe glassing off again this evening.
In the meantime though, the forecasts are showing light breezes, the waves are a decent couple of feet and it's bright enough!
The water is warming up (slowly but surely!), the weather is improving (in spite of the Beeb's conservative forecasting) and our visitors are not yet upon us.
So, hose down the barbee and chill the vino collapso for those post surf evenings on the beach! And drag out the longboard for a relaxing glide in the sunshine!
The schools are going to be out soon enough and those welcome visitors will soon be demanding our full attention!
Let's hope for some of that rolling summer swell and that overdue sunshine to brighten up the tourquoise sea!
The Oakley Pro Bali at keramas rolled on through the night in six foot barrels. Slater has kept his berth while Jordy was taken down by FreddieP! Catch up on the action at www.oakleyprobali.com/on-demand
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