Thursday, October 07, 2004

Bondi 6:00am – small, waist high
Small dribbly bits rock’n into Bondage dis morning. It’s a little on the small side (waist high). It’s crowded with the early risers enjoying the morning sunshine. Nothing much to get excited about. If you’re keen, take the fish or mal out for a spin. Loads of crew dropping in (burn central)…nearly every wave had 2-3 people on it. It’s going to be a busy summer down Bondage way. If you are confused about the rules of surfing, I suggest reading this article – click here.

Bondi Board riders are on again this Sunday. Usual 8am start next to the skate ramp. Everyone welcome – looks like there will be some waves for it. For more information – email Wal.

This weekend why not head down to Bondi Kiosk to check out the Aquabumps shots. ( 110 Ramsgate Ave Bondi Beach – across the road from North Bondi SLSC). All the pictures are for sale. View Price list & Order Info (pdf 300kb)

Australia’s most famous and lucrative junior surf event, the Pro-Junior, kicks off tomorrow on Friday the 8th of October at North Narrabeen. The Hot Buttered / Ocean & Earth Pro Junior is the original and longest running in the world. It started back in 1977 with two-times world champion Tom Carroll winning the event. Other past winners are a ‘who’s who’s’ of surfing, an include Mark Occhilupo, Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning, Luke Egan, Gary ?Kong’ Elkerton, Barton Lynch and Taj Burrow. More

Ok…back to work. Adios, :: Ugios

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