Surf conditions at 7.10 a.m. on Wednesday 7th November 2012:
It's a milder morning this morning, a sliver sky from one horizon to the other, a breezy westerly wind rustling the marram grass.
The surf is all a little tedious, a foot or two at best, onshore and dribbly looking, rolling painfully up the beach.
It should all improve though, at least this wind direction helps to support any swell out there but maybe not until later.
Meanwhile, if you want to ride one to two feet of slushy and mixed up waves under dull skies and probably alone, then you're in!
Actually, that sounds like it could just be better than you would think!
Well done America, a nail biting, roller coaster of a campaign but eventually, Taj took it!
Yes, Wilko went down pretty much on the last ride in the Final of the O'Neill Cold Water Classic at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, California yesterday. An interesting event, mixing things up nicely as the circus heads for Hawaii to settle who might be crowned Champion for 2012.
It might just be worth having a flutter on King Ke11y but Parko is still looking stylish!
We spent most of last week in the shop mainly unpacking all of our new 'own logo' winter jackets and beanies and hoodies and all sorts, as well as more beautiful winter wetsuits.
How good are those Xcel and O'Neill Winter wetsuits again this year! 'Technobuttery'! All slippery and stretchy too!
Now I just have to get them all onto the site for you to see!
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