Wow, yesterday was quite a workout. Slept like a rock but it was still hard to get up this morning. Sleeeeep. Still wanted to avoid the crowds and got up and out to the break by 10am. When we approached it looked like there were some nice waves coming through but when we paddled out, there were some long lulls and the waves didn’t have much force (even though it’s supposed to be 11s). Nonetheless, got a few really fun, pretty long rides and so did Max, who’s enjoying his 9’6 Bonga rental. Decided to go get a big lunch afterwards and relax in the afternoon. Also saw a baby honu in the water while surfing. So cute.
#333 / 10 (1) / 1′high / 9’ Takayama
[SOUTH SHORE AM UPDATE AND SHORT TERM FORECAST: Long period forerunners out of a more southerly direction are slowly starting to fill in this morning for town shorelines. Waves are in the knee to near waist high range with some slightly larger sets at the better exposed locations. Watch for this swell to fill in further throughout the day peaking on the 4th of July and slowly dropping through the holiday weekend. Sunny. Isolated showers in the morning. East winds 10 to 20 mph with some higher gusts in the afternoon hours. Chance of rain 20 percent.]
2ft at 10s S (189°)
1ft at 9s SE (149°)
0ft at 4s SE (150°)