Surf conditions at 6.45 a.m. on Friday 28th June 2013:
That thick fog of last night has gradually evaporated, a grey but calm and mild morning now blanketing us, a muffled sound kind of day, the birdsong sounding far away.
The surf is a couple of feet, maybe three on those bigger sets and it's all a bit sloppy and mixed up, closer fetch than it has been but still just about okay. In fact it's probably just about as typical a summer surf as you can imagine, two to two and a half feet, a light onshore breeze, a bit of a murky sky with bright blueness just over there and the constant hope of something better sometime soon.
With a mid morning high tide and those tides slipping towards neap, you can pretty much pick your time, high tide will probably be that little bit better but not so much to make you worry.
A big shout out to all the festival goers, I'm quite jealous of you lot at Glastonbury this year! What a lineup and maybe not too much mud!?
Meanwhile for those few of us who haven't managed to get to Glastonbury orWimbledon, 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. And that makes for quiet beaches and relaxed lineups, a chilled vibe around the area. 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!
We still have a bit of a Giveaway SALE going on with our surfboards this weekend, so drop in on us if you're around!
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