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Monday November 5 2007 05:06:59 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:07:07 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:07:07 PM
Monday November 5 2007 05:05:16 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:05:25 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:05:25 PM
Monday November 5 2007 05:00:27 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:01:01 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:01:01 PM
Monday November 5 2007 12:30:00 PM
Created: Tuesday November 6 2007 03:12:47 AM
Modified: Tuesday November 6 2007 11:17:35 PM
Sunday November 4 2007 06:15:00 PM
It's a sunday and lots of weekend visitors fill the beach and the water.
The beach guard closed the only surfable jetty for surfers due to lots of bathers.
Close to sundown they all went out and there was a little time to ride the small waves.
As it looks like the swell gets poorer day by day I cancelled desicions to go further north to Agnes Water, instead it's now back down south to Sunshine Coast. But before we go a one day "without surf" break is made to visit the turtle center of Mon Repos.
Created: Tuesday November 4 2008 09:27:01 PM
Modified: Thursday November 6 2008 01:04:44 PM
Sunday November 4 2007 03:50:45 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 03:53:21 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 03:53:21 PM
Sunday November 4 2007 03:30:00 PM
El longboard siempre es precioso, y esta no fue la excepción.
Created: Monday November 5 2007 03:36:11 AM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 03:36:11 AM
Sunday November 4 2007 12:00:00 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:41:46 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:41:46 PM
Sunday November 4 2007 11:28:46 AM
Created: Sunday November 18 2007 05:31:25 PM
Modified: Sunday November 18 2007 05:31:25 PM
Sunday November 4 2007 06:00:00 AM
Went to the OB jetty this morning after checking out the cliffs. There was a little to much tide for the cliffs. Checked the pier it was okay, but when I got to the jetty I saw only 2 people out and it looked fun. Paddled out and one guy went in so just 2 of us out and the other guy was surfing way inside. So basically I had the jetty all to myself for about 30min till some other guys paddled out. It was great. Couple of nice long peelers and then back to my spot for the next one with no worries of other people. And even when other people showed up it was a pretty mellow crowd, no one person trying to hog all the waves. Great way to start off a Sunday.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 05:10:10 PM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 05:10:10 PM
Saturday November 3 2007 07:00:00 AM
Showed up just before 7 surfed look fun, paddled out and it slowed way down. There was a lot of people out and the sets were olny coming in every 10-15min and most of them were one wave sets. The waves I did catch were fun swami's peelers but the wave count was way down due to the inconsistent surf.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 03:42:10 AM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 05:12:00 PM
Friday November 2 2007 04:00:00 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:37:53 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:37:53 PM
Friday November 2 2007 03:00:00 PM
Created: Saturday November 3 2007 08:08:05 PM
Modified: Saturday November 3 2007 08:08:05 PM
Friday November 2 2007 02:00:00 PM
Yo , it has been my first day surfing in Aussie , with my new 6.6 fish by Maliboo , they shape in Manly!
The board is really nice , I had a great feeling from the first moment , anyway...I'm not here to make advertising...The wave yesterday was pretty small but very very funny , even if 3-4 ft was the best it could reach , we were just 4 guys in the water , on the lil reef bay at the right of the Tama Beach.
Wish to surf something bigger in next days , anyway it worths the short walk from Bondi to get in this beautiful place , just pay attention to the orcks when you get in , the bottom is near but covered from a lil of sand!
Enjoy the place and contact me if in the next days you'll be there or in maroubra or in manly!I will reach The Wedge , near Newcastle , on the 8th of the month!
Created: Saturday November 3 2007 06:46:48 AM
Modified: Saturday November 3 2007 06:46:48 AM
Friday November 2 2007 12:00:00 PM
no waves again ,so depressing swell around 1/2 a foot inconsistant.forresters beach f#r$ed.need wave bad.
Created: Friday November 2 2007 01:39:54 AM
Modified: Friday November 2 2007 01:39:54 AM
Friday November 2 2007 11:00:00 AM
Great location. Moore Beach is perfect for relaxing.
Only small waves this time. Ulta-hot sun, I went out with a hat on.
Created: Sunday November 2 2008 06:02:55 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 06:23:37 PM
Friday November 2 2007 01:23:32 AM
Created: Friday November 2 2007 04:31:38 PM
Modified: Friday November 2 2007 04:31:38 PM
Friday November 2 2007 12:22:02 AM
It was pretty fun. I was the only one out and getting alot of fun waves.
Created: Friday November 2 2007 12:25:07 AM
Modified: Friday November 2 2007 12:25:07 AM
Thursday November 1 2007 05:00:00 PM
First day up at Bundaberg. Tropical climate, small swell.
Only 3 boards at Nielsen Beach.
Created: Sunday November 2 2008 06:23:18 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 06:23:51 PM
Thursday November 1 2007 02:00:09 PM
Created: Monday November 5 2007 05:34:10 PM
Modified: Monday November 5 2007 05:34:10 PM
Thursday November 1 2007 11:30:00 AM
Created: Tuesday November 13 2007 02:38:52 PM
Modified: Tuesday November 13 2007 02:38:52 PM
Thursday November 1 2007 09:30:00 AM
The swell has continued to drop but the wind get offshore. So I get some fun 1m- 1.20m waves. It was not as good as Saint Tugen as the waves were less powerfut.
I caught some good walls and has worked on my frontside roller. At the end: a good session.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 02:06:00 PM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 02:06:00 PM
Wednesday October 31 2007 04:30:00 PM
Nice beach, perfect paintings, but poor wave quality.
Much work to paddle through a lot of whitewater.
Created: Saturday October 4 2008 07:13:24 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 05:56:36 PM
Wednesday October 31 2007 10:00:00 AM
Second day at OZ and too late in the water! At 10 in the morning it too much UV rays outside so I interrupted the session after 30 minutes. Next time I go early mornings or close to sunset. Also the windjagged waves haven't been worth to risk a sunburn.
Created: Sunday October 12 2008 06:45:26 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 05:55:55 PM
Wednesday October 31 2007 08:00:00 AM
New continent, new break, new board - no regrets!
Created: Friday August 15 2008 10:00:02 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 05:57:03 PM
Tuesday October 30 2007 01:38:48 PM
The swell dropped a little but La Torche had still not a good surf because of the wind. So I went to Saint Tugen at the right time of the tide.
And it was worth it.
The waves were really easy to take and highly rippable: you could choose either to do some tricks or to tube. It was heaven, the Indonesia in France.
I have done all the tricks I am able to do: tubes, floaters, reentry, cut backs and, yes, small aerials.
I met the young guys of the surf club of Guidel: the waves were crowded with them but as they respected stricly the surf rules, it was fun to surf with them.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 01:46:59 PM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 01:49:18 PM
Tuesday October 30 2007 06:00:00 AM
The early bird gets the worm! But at Down Under the bird at 6 in the morning is rather late. All the beach was full of life. Canoes, surfskies and many boards out. Joggers all over the place. A new experience for european watermen.
Created: Friday October 10 2008 11:06:28 PM
Modified: Sunday November 2 2008 05:54:47 PM
Monday October 29 2007 05:00:00 PM
great arvo session! nothing beats finishing work and finding out that its still offshore and the swell is ridable.
One problem. CROWDED! coz its getting warmer, you get all the sunshine surfers out dropping in on ya.
Created: Monday October 29 2007 07:55:55 AM
Modified: Monday October 29 2007 07:55:55 AM
Monday October 29 2007 01:27:43 PM
Woooo . The swell was big and long:2.5mNorth West and 12s. the wind was not in the good direction: North West. La Torche was not surfable because of the onshore winds. I was desappointed and decided to go to Saint Tugen which was south oriented. I came a little to late at nearly hight tide. Saint Tugen works better at low tide. And it was a good surprise: it was my first session on this spot.
I get some long rippable waves. At the end af the session, the intermediate sandbank started to work. I went again in the water and caught my best wave: a doubling up wave (more than 1.5m) and I get a stand up tube. As the sun was at the west, I really get the green room.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 01:38:14 PM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 01:38:28 PM
Sunday October 28 2007 12:00:00 PM
Created: Sunday October 28 2007 11:02:33 PM
Modified: Sunday October 28 2007 11:02:33 PM
Sunday October 28 2007 05:45:00 AM
wind was making it shitty..
coming north going nw then ne.. shits me to tears.
Created: Monday October 29 2007 12:04:48 AM
Modified: Monday October 29 2007 12:04:48 AM
Sunday October 28 2007 12:00:00 AM
All Together it was a pretty fun day, the waves were 3 to 5 foot backs ( set ) average 3 foot back. Nice, clean waves in the morning until about 12, then got pretty choppy.
I Rarely Put these up but today was pretty good.
Created: Sunday October 28 2007 04:51:34 AM
Modified: Sunday October 28 2007 04:51:34 AM
Saturday October 27 2007 07:38:16 PM
Created: Saturday October 27 2007 07:39:44 PM
Modified: Saturday October 27 2007 07:39:44 PM
Saturday October 27 2007 02:00:00 PM
Created: Saturday October 27 2007 07:37:18 PM
Modified: Saturday October 27 2007 07:37:18 PM
Saturday October 27 2007 11:30:00 AM
great session lots of fun .wedging shore break, swell direction at times nere right angles to shore.got some fun barrles made many.sections to hit left right and center.fairly crowded but it is a saterday and hot weather.have not had so much fun in a long time.timm2
Created: Saturday October 27 2007 08:00:29 AM
Modified: Saturday October 27 2007 08:00:29 AM
Saturday October 27 2007 09:00:00 AM
When we arrived at Le Pin Sec, waves didn't looke that good... no peaks, lot of rips.
We decided to surf finally. After the 20 minutes pretty bad, the left started little by little to work. It was not hollow so it was perfect for a fish. And I caught some good ones. I even caught my longest wave since I am living in Bordeaux (10 years): aroud 200 m long!
So it was a great session.
Created: Sunday November 4 2007 02:07:21 PM
Modified: Sunday November 4 2007 02:12:31 PM
Saturday October 27 2007 08:00:00 AM
twas good except the weekend crowd.
one section had mulit lips and big drops.
Created: Sunday October 28 2007 04:45:15 AM
Modified: Sunday October 28 2007 04:45:15 AM
Friday October 26 2007 09:30:00 AM
started out ok.. not many out, light off shore, mix of ese and ne swells.
then turned onshore!
Created: Sunday October 28 2007 04:41:19 AM
Modified: Sunday October 28 2007 04:41:19 AM
Wednesday October 24 2007 11:12:44 PM
Created: Sunday January 31 2010 11:12:56 PM
Modified: Sunday January 31 2010 11:30:17 PM
Wednesday October 24 2007 06:12:55 PM
"On October 4th 1957 the Soviet Union launched "Sputnik" to celebrate the "October Revolution", using an R-7 launch vehicle designed initially to carry nuclear warheads. (The satellite was 58 cm in diameter and weighed approximately 84 kg. The first man-made object to reach outer space, each of its elliptical orbits around the Earth took about 96 minutes.)
On October 23, 1917 Bolshevik leader Jaan Anvelt led his leftist revolutionaries in an uprising in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. On October 25 (November 7), 1917, Vladimir Lenin led his forces in the uprising in Saint Petersburg, the capital of Russia, against the ineffective Kerensky Provisional Government. For the most part, the revolt in Petrograd was bloodless, with the Red Guards led by Bolsheviks taking over major government facilities with little opposition before finally launching an assault on the Winter Palace on the night of 25/26 October. The assault led by Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko was launched at 9:45 p.m. signalled by a blank shot from the cruiser Aurora. (The Aurora was placed in Leningrad (modern St. Petersburg) and still stands there now.) The Winter Palace was guarded by Cossacks, cadets (military students), and a Women's Battalion. It was taken at about 2 a.m.
October 22 2007.
A monster high pressure system funneled howling Santa Anna winds from the desert with gusts up to 100 MPH in the mountain passes combined with a healthy combo NW and southern hemi SW ground swell ... lets go surfing ... 90F air temp with chilly 58 F water and herring bone wind blow patterns on the waves.
To be continued ....
Created: Wednesday October 24 2007 06:43:12 PM
Modified: Wednesday October 24 2007 06:43:12 PM
Wednesday October 24 2007 11:04:11 AM
It started with a short drive to godrevy beach. got changed into my winter rip curl f-bomb suit and took out ma board. the waves were sick, clean , glassy , hollow and powerfull. paddled out to the bak with ma dad (who has surfed pieline) so i leared a few things. staright away a mint waves came and staright up onto this pure perfection wave. sickest and most tiring day off ma life
Created: Monday October 29 2007 02:19:22 PM
Modified: Monday October 29 2007 02:19:22 PM
Wednesday October 24 2007 09:00:00 AM
Created: Wednesday October 31 2007 06:55:07 AM
Modified: Wednesday October 31 2007 07:49:17 AM