It was a dim, overcast morning down the beach. Lots of crew sleeping in, probably because of the darkness or cooler weather.
The sun is rising so late, makes it a bit harder for work crew to squeeze in activities before diving into their day.
There’s a little bump, knee to chest high waves. It looked very weak. A few banks had a dribble but not much was cooking. Whilst writing this riveting editorial I noticed the south wind has come up (15 knots) and the tide is nearly high, so that will wreck the good times.
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Big wave surfer Danny Griffiths was tackling an enormous Tasmania slab, Pedra Branca when he lost his board. After 2-3 hours of searching the ocean with skis, they gave up. Pedra Branca is a rock in the middle of the ocean (no beach)….so the board drifted for 16 months and shows up on Magnetic Island, a mere 2,700 kms away! Remarkably the board has been reunited with its owner and apart from a few barnies, it’s surfable! Read