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  1. #15
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    Friday could be a repeat of yesterday at Mexicos, now that would be special !
    My wife took some great pics yesterday, can't wait to see them on a PC screen as opposed to the back of a camera, weekend looks like great surf on sat but wind will be light, not sure I fancy drifting into mast high walls, could be a lot of swimming.
    Last edited by Jamie.T; 12th October 2017 at 05:07 PM.
    2017. Wave sessions 19 Bump Jump 14
    2018 Wave sessions 2. V good though

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    Next Monday and Tuesday looks interesting - Hurricane Ophelia (downgraded by then I guess) due to pass over Ireland and Scotland. Strongest storm in NE Atlantic since Hurricane Ivan in 1980. Should generate some interesting waves at least

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    alarm set at 7aM I might walk/drift/sail down to Mexico,s otherwise a early bird at Gwithian till the tide is too high.
    After that packing and heading to Wales.
    188x92kg 43y old, Supper/Windsurfer.

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    2016/17 Hotsails KS3: 5.5+5.2+4.9+4.6+4.0+3.4 Ultra + Kauli + CAAS masts, AL360+ TL cont@ct booms lots of fins.

    SUP Starboard 2015 Airborne 8.8x31.5x123l / Pro8.5x29x112l / Race14x25 / 2012 AST Coastrunner 14x28 / Gong9.4x29x135 Freak

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    So will we get short board weather in the south east today? Thinking about Shoreham or Hove I've not been to either in a while.

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    Just back from walk down to Mexico,s: waves a lot smaller as expected and wind very very light to waterstart with 93kg and a 5.5.
    188x92kg 43y old, Supper/Windsurfer.

    Witchcraft Flextail 104l + Witchcraft V4 86l HDD

    2016/17 Hotsails KS3: 5.5+5.2+4.9+4.6+4.0+3.4 Ultra + Kauli + CAAS masts, AL360+ TL cont@ct booms lots of fins.

    SUP Starboard 2015 Airborne 8.8x31.5x123l / Pro8.5x29x112l / Race14x25 / 2012 AST Coastrunner 14x28 / Gong9.4x29x135 Freak

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    Quote Originally Posted by basher View Post
    I'm still hopeful of windsurfing on Friday
    At least one sailor out at Ho've today it seems:


    https://www.facebook.com/SussexWildl...55776052654921
    Eeeh 'tis grim dahn Sarf.

  7. #21
    I didn't bother in the end today – the wind was up and down, and not windy when it was supposed to be, or at the right state of the tide. And it was flat. Sigh.


    All the better wind was in the west and north today.
    Now back in the UK.

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