Surf conditions at 6.15 a.m. on Sunday 25th August 2013:
Whew, it's an action packed sky out there this morning, the dark patchy cloud cover being shooed away by a massive, golden sunburst of a sunrise, while fat, pale rainbows build columns to those thinning cloudbanks!
And the sea is looking pretty too.
Three to maybe just occasionally four feet of clean and peaking swell is rolling in, smoothed by the lightest of offshore breaths.
It really is quite good surf!
Two guys are out off the Point already, another on the inside while a couple are trotting across the beach. The car park is filling pretty rapidly too. So it looks like a busy one ahead of us but if conditions stay like this then there will be a hundred places to surf, so any crowding will be by choice, even on a Bank Holiday weekend! If I was looking for faults, I would have to say that those waves are a bit closer together than you would prefer but that is a minor thing. Right now there are some lovely smooth walls to shimmy across on your favourite wave glider!
Get on it before the wind does!
Check out the Vintage Arty Crafty Fair in the Parish Hall if you're around this weekend. It should be good. And it's the Great Atlantic Raft Race on this afternoon at Harlyn too!
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