Some waves about. Which meant plenty of happy faces in the surf community.
You didn't even have to drive out west to score. You just had to pitch up at your local spot and you'd be happy as Larry.
You'd be smiling even more if you did use a few litres of fuel and headde out west. Unless you were Lippie who drove out to Bruces, got there too late, then went to Seals, wasn't happening and ended up back at the Point in Jbay for a few. Sometimes the moral of the story is if you see a wave surf it, don't go looking for something better as you may get skunked.
Despite being waves it wasn't cranking all week, so some down time flat-water time was on offer if you were into a bit of hard work. The Kings Beach LIfesaving crew were spotted getting some boat-time in.
Foggy mornings always give rise to some cool photo ops. Might be hard to see what the sea is doing, but is neat to get the whole misty vibe going.
Local logger Alfonso Peters doesn't mind if it's ankle high - he froths on anything that moves
The small days are so much fun to mind-surf. Chris SCott is getting us right into the mini-kegs so we can get barreled whilst being stuck behind a desk!
Sunrises vs sunsets - what's your best?