Coupla beautiful mid-winter days this past week. Light north winds saw some options outside of the bay lighting up for those in the know. Also a few slides in the bay as well.
Round the corner was definitely the pick of the bunch for the week. With guys scoring all along wild side during the light norths. Barrels aplenty to be had at some of the spots.
If you had lunch at Barnacles at Seaview you could mind surf the "almost" waves that break out front.
Heading eastwards to PA also threw up some shade time for those who made the drive.
One always wonders about the ou's fishing at Pipe, and if they ever catch anything. Turns out they do. This good pan size one was returned back to the sea. Catch and release for the win.
Not many yachts sailing in the bay these days, but those that do seem to like playing dodge-'em cars. Here's hoping they know their rules of the sea. Works the same way as a traffic circle actually - ou coming from the right (starboard) has right of way. Provided they both sailing.
Gotto say the old school wooden red lifeguard towers were a lot more appealing than the moon capsules we have these days.
A walk along the beach not only fills your soul thanks to the beauty of it all, but you also get a bit of free philosophy thrown in as well.
Durbs had some cooooking waves last week. Jordy was home getting shacked.
Haibo - these mullets are still doing the rounds. Broke into cars at Sards and Bluewater Bay last week. Keep your eyes peeled.
We must have one of the nicest beachfronts in SA. Just in terms of ease of access, pleasant water temps, pretty clean, pretty safe. Even waves sometimes!
For all those peeps that suck at waking up early and mostly miss the sunrise - now's the time to see it - nearing mid-winter so it's rising as late as it's gonna get.
Deon captured some red tide doing it's blue thing at JBay during the week. Eskom loadshedding does have it plus sides!