Daily Surf Report - 1/12/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are." - Joseph Campbell

Full moon rising over partially cleared skies lights the way as we fight through all that Mother Nature deposits.  Roads are passable yet tenuous so continue to be mindful and use good judgment as trees are still toppling and the next mudslide is right around the bend.  For now we have no rain (with a high likelihood of change) and hope to dry out and recharge some stoke in the form of an ocean entry.  Still highly churned from recent storms and winds though a certain calmness welcomes this day.  Kings tides continue to play a role with ingress and egress and all limits should be internally heeded.

CHANNEL: Overwhelmed and undersold as mucho macho waters move through seeking newly formed sandbars which have yet to settle. 

PATCH: Rights are starting to reveal themselves in the early light at moderate water levels.  Extreme high tides are on the near horizon at 6' high and rising.  Potential and possibility are mixing in the mist. 


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LOW:  4:29 AM    2.4'

HIGH: 10:40 AM   6.9

LOW:  5:25 PM    -1.3'

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