Surf conditions at 7.35 a.m. on Saturday 24th November 2012:
Aha! There's waves out there this morning!
Very pleasant three foot plus, very glassy/offshore and very fun looking waves are wrapping themselves around those shallow sandbars over there and those rocky shallows in front, an hour or two ahead of low tide. And so it should still improve yet!
Shame about the grey sky and steady rain though.
Still, it is looking like a good day ahead to get some walling walls of glassy waves under your board.
Any board will do today and any of the main breaks should have an enjoyable wave.
Did anyone else notice that circular moonbow type of thing last night?
We enjoyed a more than pleasant little snack down at the Cornish (good to see the landlord at home and always a worry when the band wishes you 'good night!' when you leave!?) last night and enjoyed that clear orb of moon encircled by the funkiest kind of silver circle(s) on the walk home. I've seen proper moonbows in Hawaii but they have been those kind of night time rainbows lit by bright moonlight. This was a fully circular thing surrounding the moon but with a massive radius.
Anyone know what it's called?
The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing has been on hold again and the organisers must be getting a little concerned that time is running down for them to wait for the best conditions. You know that when it does get back on track the action will rock but I wonder if they are running out of time? Follow it all at www.vanstriplecrownofsurfing.com
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