Light Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Thursday 14th February 2013:
West north westerly winds have returned to blow that rain away while slopping up the three to four feet of surf. While a brighter (and earlier) dawn tries to shine through, the surf is still a decent size, just mixed up and sloppy. There is the odd clean one coming through just ahead of high tide but you know that it is going to get worse as the tide drops back allowing that wind to get on it even more.
So, while we can see the promise of a brighter day ahead, the best surf that we can hope for here is three to four feet of junk.
The far coast anybody?
At least we will have the time to be eager-beavering away in the shop, planning for the now not too far off 2013 season.
We have just tied up a deal with a new (to the UK) brand out of California which is exciting and we are also in the middle of tying up a surfboard deal with boards supplied to our specs. And we have a few other exciting irons in the fire for the 2013 season! More news on those and other exciting developments on here when they are definite!
In the meantime though, the floor needs patching, the outside needs tidying, the website needs a bit of a kicking and it's the school half-term holidays next week!
We'll have to think of a bit of an event to tempt in those visitors here for the school holidays. I'm getting a bit fed up with the same old sales offers though, so any ideas?
And here's a little image mash up of the surf on just one day, Tuesday 12th february from a variety of people in a variety of places:
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