So we pulled into Lewes around 10, and although iwindsurf had it onshore in the 30s, it looked light to me. So i rigged big, 5.0 and my 76 thruster.
|I'm digging the Mystic Battle Jacket|
Proved to be the right combo of loose board and power to bust through the sizeable shorebreak, and corresponding HUGE wind shadow at the waters edge
had to take a few on the chin to bust through.
two tacks and it was swell city
just had to work for it....
and jump over the soup
No SOUP for you!
This backside stuff is a HELLUVA lot of fun~!
I'm in there somewhere
blurry, but you get the picture
landing in the trough on the backside
Cape May Ferry in background
Onshore wind means...
big air time
starting to get windy here, and began to clock NW
yeah, i'm grinning in this shot
Stoked for more tomorrow.
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