Sunday, September 21, 2008

day 6

Saturday, as predicted, the waves were smaller and the wind stronger. Hence, for my standards, it was way worse than that magic Friday. But still fun!
Took some photos at sunset (five guys out) with Sharon's new DSC-H7 Sony cybershot camera. Not sure I like it that much... let me know if there's anybody interested knowing why.

Glenn's beautiful table top.


I think I need an aerial's lesson from Jazz...


And this is French guy #2: Cookie (or whatever the spelling is) in a sequence of a backloop.






The NW buoy still shows 4 feet at 10 seconds from 335, so I believe we're going to have something to ride also today Sunday.

Tom Hammerton instead is having his speed day at Sprecks, so speed lovers go there, get a GPS and see how fast you can go. It's one of those days with only one high tide (8.33am) and one low tide (0.36am monday), so the tide should be going down all day and there should be some smooth conditions in the afternoon... watch out for those shallow spots!

2 comments:

Robin said...

And day 7 I guess! Saw you on Ho´okipa today but you seemed bussy talking. Not joining the 4.7 club yet, 6.0 did the trick for me. Had a look at at Sprecks and sailed there for a bit as well, those guys are faaaaaaast!

See you soon (and again thanks for the beer)

cammar said...

I got in the water really early in day 7 (Josh Stone inspired me), hoping in a double sesh, but it wasn't really worth it...
Looks like they're doing another speed session today Monday, and seen the very small waves, I may give it a try...