Volume required.

23 November 2017

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Beautiful conditions early albeit small

It is tiny out there this morning.  One maybe two foot at best.  So you are going to need volume and length for your early surf.  Although it’s a beautiful day there are hardly any waves to write home about.  Still the water is FAB and the sun is out, where would you rather be.  We are under the influence of a High Pressure system sitting off the west coast of NZ giving us stable weather with winds out of the nor-east.  Real summery conditions, which will remain with us for the next few days.

Just a short note:  On Tuesday a SUPer suffered a serious injury to his leg and had to be treated by Ambulance on Dee Why Beach around 6.30am.  He had to be transported to hospital but the two kind surfers that helped him to the shore, took his SUP board and paddle somewhere.  We are still trying to locate the board.  If anybody knows of it’s whereabouts, I can pass this info onto the him.  That would be greatly appreciated and many thanks to those two surfers that pulled him from the surf as it was a bad injury.

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Yep this is what is needed today

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Throwing buckets

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Heading north

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Roland

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Cloud shadows (Mrs SPoY)

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Dry hair day

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Sandy, done for the morning

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Going for some cover

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Supin

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Close cropped

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Tiny out there this morning

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5’4″ reo

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Minimal Art (Mrs SPoY)

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Julian on a set.