G. Niblock on the L41 TipSUP Noserider. Photo: J. Chandler

Friday, August 3, 2007

Worser Than Before

Yep, it's definitely worser than yesterday and the day before. Broke out the 9' Harbour Wingpin so I could catch a couple. Bagged eighteen in forty-five minutes. Waves were breaking so close to shore the paddle back out to the line-up took about five strokes. There were two guys out on longboards when I paddled out and they had enough after about fifteen minutes. Had it to myself the rest of the session. Glassy and so gray it was hard to distinguish the sky from the sea surface. Probably the last of the waves for a while. At least until next week...maybe. After I got out there was literally no one to take pictures of, so pics of today's sesh. We need some a dis!
Or dis...
Or maybe dis...
August 3, 2007 (F)
In: 0928
1st Wave: 0935
Out: 1020
Wave count: 18
Wx: Marine layer overcast
Tide: Rising (1.1' to 2.0')
Wind: None to light onshore
Sea Surface: Glassy to light texture
Buoy: NWS
0900: 4.6 @ 9.1 NW
1000: 4.6 @ 9.1 NW
1100: 4.6 @ 7.7 WNW
1200: 4.9 @ 7.7 WNW
9' Harbour Wingpin with 9" HP fin
Beaches: Sand bars
Waves: 1.6' @ 14.2 Storm Surf Buoy Model

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