After surfboard and windsurf boards, those gopro cameras are the most fun toy ever invented...
The afternoon saw some light Kona winds and Pascal put up a show on the weird wave. Congrats, that didn't look easy.
Today (Friday morning 5.30am) should offer some more fun surfing with the first swell that went down a bit and the winds that are still light konas. The wind should then switch from the north in the afternoon.
Saturday, 15 feet at the buoy. Monday/Tuesday, 25 feet at the buoy. With a 2+ feet high tide in the early morning, ocean front properties on the north shore of all hawaiian islands are at serious risk.
I'm thinking about going to check out the Eddie at Waimea bay on Monday/Tuesday, but I'm scared by the immense traffic jam in which the Kamehameha highway will turn into... IF the police won't completely close it due to the ocean flooding.
Maybe I'll stay here and go take photos of the biggest Jaws waves ever. Plus I wonna surf too and in Oahu I would have no idea of where to go surf with those size waves... we'll see. It's going to be a last minute decision.
Allright, dawn patrolling is calling.