Waves, waves and more waves. And cold. And wind. And a few nice days. Just another lekker winters week in Africa. No complaints about it though as long as there's waves.
JBay was pumping. Properly pumping. The locals were getting shacked off their pips, and even the visitors were scoring.
PE also had some waves. Just the usual wind issues plaguing matters. But still some decent sessions to be had.
Millers also had some slides coming though. Check the Latest Shots page for all the pics from Millers.
The wild side was also an option for those that made the trip.
Did mention it was windy.
Sometimes the wind decided to take a breather though...
And there were some beautiful mornings to be had.
As much as we hate wind, it does make for for interesting seascapes and landscapes.
And the local yachts weren't complaining that there was some wind to fill their sails.
Millers local paddle skier, Kenny Bateman, does a good job of looking after the car park area. Always encouraging the car guards to do some clean up for a few extra bucks.
Ever wondered why Bird rock was called Bird rock?
The Coastal Water Rescue guys were out on the wild side in wild conditions. Good to see guys practicing in conditions that are similar to what rescues normally have to be carried out in.
It wasn;t only the East Cape lighting up this week. Indo was going mental. The PE boys stuck at Nias aren't complaining too much. Dean Basson and Josh Saunders scoring more barrels in these few months than most get in a lifetime.
My temporary front yard also been on fire. Sheet glass too.
Sometimes you gotto play to play. Ducky's all smiles nonetheless.