Calm Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 6.55 a.m. on Wednesday 26th March 2014:
There is something very solitary about pulling into an early morning deserted beach car park in torrential rain, there’s a cosy feel to it, especially in early spring.
But it would be so much better to have a view of good surf rather than that grey and mixed up wash of waves that are smacking the sand this morning.
There’s three to four feet of surf barging onto the beach but it’s not very orderly and not very organised. The northerly wind, as light as it is, is managing to affect those waves and not to the good.
It’s a lightly sloopy, lightly messy, lightly mixed up surf that’s breaking in here this morning.
I wonder if it’s worth a trip dahn saath in search of something cleaner?
Toby (Donachie) had a good ‘un yesterday but has sore ribs today (three cracked!).
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