You know summer's back when the beachies at Seal's start to work. Had some really fun waves there the last 2 weekend's as the banks are pretty good. Although very tide dependent, you snooze you lose.
As usual, just before December the local municipality gets something to play with. Two years ago they got a truckload of stop signs, and decided the best place for them was every hundred meters on the way to Port St Francis. This year they got a bakkie load of tar and proceeded to repair the speedhumps along the beach road at Seals. Well, they aren't speedhumps anymore, they're pavements. Think vertical edges like a kerb, instead of the gradual rounded incline of a hump.
Expect your shocks to get shocked. Our old skedonk SFB surf bakkie made hard work of them, to the point that I'm having to re-route to get to the bottom car park to avoid the kerbs. I have a horrible feeling my wheels might eventually fall off after too many bounces over those things.
Luckily the municipality aren't reknowned for employing particularly skilled contractors, so do expect the kerbs/bumps to be a shadow of their former selves by the end of the holidays, and we'll all be able to use the road again.
London has "Mind the Gap", Seals has "Mind the Hump!"