Calm Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.05 a.m. on Thursday 14th March 2013:
What a beautiful morning!
The sun has definitely found its little hat to put on today, shining all bright and golden and I think that you can maybe just about feel some weak warmth from it?
But that's about it!
There's barely any swell and what there is is weak, leftover windswell, glassily slapping the shore.
The wind is only light so far, breezing from the north, north east but barely strong enough to bend the marram grass. So conditions are glassy, really glassy. But whether it's big enough to be interesting, well, let's see later. There might be a fun longboard splash session as the tide drops out a little.
On the other hand there are all those jobs that were put off during the last swell!
Hmm, let's see what happens on the drop. It will either go completely flat or there might be a longboard glide for a while.
Easter is around the corner, traditionally a pleasant period for surf and weather along this rugged little stretch of coastline and the time when this season's first visitors can be spotted bouncing around the lanes in search of sun and surf and all sorts of stuff.
We all love it, the place comes alive, the hibernative fug of Winter all but shaken off. And it's that time of year when those weary travellers, those surf searchers, the endless Summer seekers, gradually return to these chilly shores.
Rhys (Barfield) has just landed back from a teenager's dream of a trip away, a month on the Gold Coast, overlapping into the start of the Quik Pro, surfing in boardies and mixing with the top guys on a daily basis.
Here's a little edit of his visit to the epi-centre of global surfing: vimeo.com/61471422
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