Strong Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.10 a.m. on Saturday 3rd November 2013:
Harlyn, what would we do without Harlyn?
Well, we'd probably wake up in the morning without a head-full of sand left on the pillow!
To get a few zippering and reeling walls at Harlyn you have to take a drubbing on a lot of close-outs, usually resulting in a bit of pile-driving into the sand, cartoon-like!
But if it wasn't there then those south westerly days would go unridden, especially on a storm.
And so today, while it's big and stormy around the other side it's...., it's...., well, actually it is quite big and stormy here too this morning.
Not the hugeness of last night but it is still pretty thick and heavy.
Four to five feet of sucking and churning waves are slapping that sand, the wind just a little more westerly than you would like making for that warpy cross chop, just enough to bounce you off the speedline.
But there are waves here, it is brightening up and that swell is due to relax its intensity as we go through the day.
This afternoon could just be a different world!
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