Just another week in the 'hood. Some waves, some sunsets, sticky hot days and kiff rain. What more do you want? Other than cranking 6ft lines groomed by a light offshore!?
Not a lot made it round Cape Recife into the bay, But what there was was enough for a few fun sessions and a salt water rinse.
The annual Bell Bouy swim took place on Tuesday with the guys doing a total of 8 km. Personally would never manage that without the Jaws theme music playing the whole time in my head! Not sure why a thin piece of fibreglass (otherwise known as a surfboard) imparts such a sense of security. Feel so exposed when am in the sea without it.
Robbie Irlam, the JBay local shutterbug, sometimes has to contend with seagulls and drones getting into his shots. And sometimes something bigger....
Another week of some awesome sunsets. Just something about an African sunsets & sunrises that can't be beat anywhere else in the world.
Actually, PE can look pretty in the middle of the day too!
CT eye-in-the-sky photag Jean Trefson popped by the bay this week and got some lekker shots.
The misty days saw a few aliens sneaking in....
The latter half of the week saw a few fun runners coming through. More fun the further west you went.
The first Billabong Junior Series comp of the year kicked off at Pipe on Saturday, but the swell dropped so the ou's had to do a wild side mission on Sunday. Shot to Zia Hendricks of JBay who won the u12 section.
Nothing much expected for the bay next week but still enough to get wet on, But nothing beats sitting looking out over the sea wondering, "what if...."