Surf conditions at 6.30 a.m. on Sunday 3rd August 2014:
That was a pleasant early morning airport drop off, re-discovering the joys of motoring along the country lanes with no other traffic, a rare thing in August!
Back down in the bay, there are the normal high summer assortment of random vehicles in the car park, yet strangely no one on the beach. Which is not surprising with only a couple of feet of junk surf washing in a couple of hours after low water.
It should all improve with the tide but right now that light but steady west sou’wester is blowing in bigger waves than we’ve seen for a few days but that messy kind of stuff. The sky is bright enough, a promise of better to come maybe but with the threat of the odd shower or two in there as well.
Give it a couple of hours, enjoy a lazy breakfast or snuggle up to a loved one for a little longer, you’re not missing anything in the surf.
But it should improve later this morning.
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