Inspirational Quote of the Day:
“What really matters is what you do with what you have.” - H. G. Wells
Not now but earlier and possibly again rain must fall according to our predictive patterns. Partially cleared skies with pinkish hues, vibrant sun and our temp is 49F. Swirling vectors and fully flushed tides have the seas in mild turmoil and most checking but not yet attempting slides. Westerly swells are activated but not enhanced and may be best served and observed as the day unfolds in earnest.
CHANNEL: Stubborn sandbars at the Boat Ramp continue to draw the breakers though today requires much determination to find true forms. Minimally accessible shapes and duration are the early offerings upon which to engage. Receding froth and approaching gusts may make for an unruly mix so be forewarned as conditions may deteriorate.
PATCH: Initial high tides have hidden the rocks and sand but that is the only positive which to embrace. Secondary swell from the SW not able to break through the outside mix of wind and depth. Bits and bites of hope may be found but they will require a calmed and centered breath and approach. Consistently inconsistent with even the most passionate sliders debating the destination.
PACK IT IN! PACK IT OUT!
RESPECT THE BEACH!
HIGH: 5:48 AM 5.0’
LOW: 1:02 PM 0.4’
HIGH: 8:40 PM 4.4’
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