Monday, July 24, 2006

Where did it all go? Yesterdays decent chunky
swell has dissipated overnight leaving 3 foot scraps down at Bond*age
this morning. Quite surprised how fast it dropped… Before you
all get too depressed don’t worry – its coming back on Wednesday,
bigger and better.

Glassy conditions this morning – indoesque
in fact. Beach was deserted…no one around. High tide 8am,
low tide 1:15pm. Wind will probably blow onshore
SE this afternoon.

Other stuff::
We’re still in the middle of the whale migration
. Yesterday a hand full of whales passed the famous
thick slabbin’ righthander ‘OURS‘ down near Kurnell.
I am told healthy numbers of whales passing Sydney this year. (1500?)

Chilltime:: If
you’re feeling a little over stimulated of late, better check yourself
into a meditation session with local surfer Chis Dorje Walker.
Chris, who was a Buddhist Monk for 8 years now runs meditation classes
in Bondi for $25 per session. Next sess Tuesday 7:30pm. Call 0410
622 437
or email
. www

ASP World Tour News::
Mick EUGENE Fanning has won the South African J-Bay
Billabong Pro on Saturday. How good is that? Fanning, considered
the fastest surfer on the tour is back in the winning circle after
defeating west oz shredder Taj Burrows in the final. Watch

Current Top 10 Ratings After Event 6
– The Billabong Pro Jeffreys Bay
1. Kelly Slater (USA) 5109
2. Taj Burrow (AUS) 4682
3. Andy Irons (HAW) 4365
4. Bobby Martinez (USA) 4233
5. Taylor Knox (USA) 4060
6. Damien Hobgood (USA) 3767
7. Joel Parkinson (AUS) 3652
8. Mick Fanning (AUS) 3577
9. Tim Reyes (USA) 3575
10. Tom Whitaker (AUS) 3299

The land still rocks from time to time after
being on a boat for 2 weeks.
Later, ::uge

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