On the way back, Thousand Peaks had barely breaking knee high super glassy waves and I couldn't resist the temptation of a SUP foiling session. After the cold of Honolua (the northerly wind was squeezing in there), it felt really good just to be out in shorts only and feel the heat of the sun on the chest. It was also a great foil pumping practice.
Back on the north shore, I jumped in the water at the harbor for another shortboard session. "Where do you find all that energy?", a friend asked. In the food, obviously. Lately my lunch has been consisting of a smoothy in which I blend something like 15 to 20 different fruits and vegetables. I drink a bit of it and about 40 minutes later I feel a rush of energies.
I do get to dinner time quite hungry though, I admit, and that's how I arrived to the Ding King Christmas party yesterday evening. Despite knowing how unhealthy they were, but for the sake of experimenting with my body and with a gratifying sense of transgression, I munched on all kind of processed food and even drank 3 beers. The result is that this morning I'm so weak I can't even get out of bed.
4am significant buoy readings
No energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.7f 11s. Mostly flat is my guess.
3.4ft @ 12s from 358° (N)
6.3ft @ 9s from 53° (ENE)
8.7ft @ 9s from 21° (NNE)
7.2ft @ 12s from 339° (NNW)
The custom Maui Surf Report wind model kindly provided by Meteogram is not updated this morning, so we'll have a look at the 10 days Windguru table instead, which looks as wintry as it gets. Expect those wind directions to change daily, as the closeby weather patterns unfold.
South shore offers a small southerly fetch for the third day in a row.
Morning sky. The red arrows show the air circulation around a local low.