Not the best, but we did have waves here the past couple of days. The full moon high tide brought a decent push this morning, and I'd say it was chest high on the bigger peaks.
Don't worry, the waves are coming
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Aug 20, 2013, 04:04 PM #11Senior Member
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- Jun 2010
Glad you caught it last night. Ahhh, not only do I have internet misleadings to go with, but most people think my spot only works on Souths. And alot of them head over the river. But there's hundreds of yards of peaks scattered north of the jetty and the last two NE swells we got have been working pretty good there.
Dude, there was like 6 people out yesterday morning and maybe twenty people on the beach when I left aboot 10:30. Summer? What summer? It looked like a day in October.........The beach was empty...........Allahu Akbar(God is great) !!!!
Aug 20, 2013, 04:22 PM #13
Thanks for the kind words though, having this kind of dedication is something that I didn't have when I was younger and learning to surf. I had to grow into this and it took a lot of work / effort, persistence, money, and sacrifice. I don't think I would ever have progressed if I only got out a handful of times per year. It's a weekly thing for me now, and sometimes I'm able to get 3-4 days in a week. Gulf is 45 minutes away, E. Coast 2hrs., so it's a matter of how bad I want it, which is BAAAAAAD.
Aug 20, 2013, 04:42 PM #14Senior Member
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- Jun 2013
At my last job I reduced my hours from full time to four days a week so I could take every Friday off to snowboard. That's dedication. Wrong sport, but dedication nonetheless
I surfed some kamakazi shorebreak 2 weekends ago.... it was fun but not really.