To start off Fourth of July weekend, Chris and I headed down to Surfside to catch some 2-3 ft waves, which is the biggest they’ve been since Tropical Storm Bill, really. Lots of other surfers were out, and the beach wasn’t quite filled up with weekenders yet. It was really pretty peaceful. Chris was really flying on the waves. I… View Post
Can you believe this is real? It’s been stormy and gloomy in the Gulf with the approach of Tropical Storm Bill. On Saturday at the end of the day, we were suddenly rained out by a cloud formation that had been threatening the beach-goers all day. It was briefly torrential, but ended as quickly as it began. Luckily we were… View Post
The wave forecast was big and burly, so we went a little further south early in the morning to surf near a pair of jetties. One of the jetties breaks the chop while the other one builds the swell, so you get nice big strong waves to surf on there. It had been raining recently, and we couldn’t drive through… View Post
Longboard days ahead.
The sky was finally clear driving back from the beach, so we stopped at the George Observatory to look at the stars. The roads and land around the Observatory is pitch black. Artificial lights aren’t allowed because they interfere with the visibility of the night sky. Once we arrived, there were signs everywhere that said “Beware of Alligators.” Be warned…. View Post
A sudden storm popped up just when we hit the beach, but it blew away just as quickly. Along with the crowd. So we went surfing.
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