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Mood: Just Chillin
11th February 2003
Surfing: Lifeboat Station, Borth
Wind Direction: Calm
Wind Stength: Calm
Surf / Sea State: 4-5 foot clean surf
Air Temperature: 7C
Sea Temperature: 7C
What a session...The conditions were as good as they get at Borth. A solid
4-foot swell, with some bigger sets, glorious sunshine and no wind. The
waves were peeling nicely with a lefthander peeling from the point all the
way to the slipway and a righthander breaking just off the first groyne.
There was nonone else out when I got there and I had a brilliant hour or
so, all on my own catching dozens of beautiful waves. Mainly left-handers,
but a few nice right-handers too. The left-handers were the better wave,
but I'm better on right-handers, so preferred them if they looked like
they'd line up nicely.
After an hour or so a couple more peopl came out to join me and the size of
the surf started to drop a bit. I stayed out for another hour or so, but in
the end got too cold and just had to reluctantly get out of the water.
I probably should have used my bigger board really as well, but I like my
fish and it performd OK in the biggish waves.
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