Made the drive down to the camp site late at night to meet Charly and Laura. We woke to find small mushy waves and a howling onshore that got stronger over the entire day. The swell only rose about a foot, and we spent a frustrating day sitting around doing nothing. I could have driven a few hundred K's to some where surfable but i couldnt be bothered.
We checked the local haunts a few time with no love. We then decided to call it quits and head to the camp site. About 5 minutes before dark the swell started to pulse and grew about 3 feet on the beach infront of the camp. The wind went light offshore and made hopes for the next day much higher.
We woke to find the swell had picked up nicely and a stiff west offshore wind was grooming the solid lines of swell.
Some different angles on the previous session, Plus some shots from another reef.
A beach near by.
The Crew, Dee, Charly and Laura.