Daily Surf Report - 3/9/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day: 
"Why didn't I learn to treat everything like it was the last time? My greatest regret is how much I believed in the future." - Jonathan Safran Foer

We find a heavy fog and a chilly breeze as we survey the village this morning. Minimal conditions with yards of beach visible as of now. Dogs chase sticks and tennis balls, but these are the only creatures enjoying the water currently. The fog should dissipate, but slide-able shapes will take waiting on the tidal push as the day rolls by.

CHANNEL: A single ray of sun shines through the mist, as if to make real our hopes and desires for improved conditions. Patience is the key today friends, as only the most miniscule action pushes towards the shore.

PATCH:   Paddles in hand is the modus operandi this fine morning, as so many stand and gaze longingly at the patch. If there is to be any action harvested from the sea's bounty, it shall be found here, but only with a marked increase in power and water volume. Keep an eye on the tides and pray for slides and rides...

Respect the Beach


LOW: 8:27 AM 1.0

HIGH: 2:51 PM 4.5'

LOW: 8:22 PM 1.7'

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