Our Monday mornings in August were full of fun, despite the often lack lustre summer waves, we found a way to enjoy them, even when they weren’t there! Here’s a look at how we got on…
Overcast, onshore, hightide lumps rolling through to the beach gave us plenty to enjoy, as Chris and James caught some nice rides that walled up a treat!
Tiny low-tide peelers in the sunshine, an absolutely beautiful day with waves barely visible from the beach – it was definitely worth getting in!
The S in MMSC stood for Snorkel this week, as the beach didn’t even muster any thing close to a wave… So we took the opportunity to jump in for a swim and check out everything going on beneath the surface for a change!
Low tide and tiny again with the occasional bigger dumpy wave coming through, it was great to share the waves with a few friends all on different wooden wave craft!
High tide, tiny offshore peelers made for a lot of fun with waves breaking almost right on the shore, perfect for bellyboards, a little sketch for the longboard, but we made it work!