Byron Bay whale watching

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Aug 25 09 In Byron Bay Today

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It looks like we may be sliding into our standard spring weather pattern, . The northerlies are getting stronger and more dominant. While the southerly fronts are running out of steam before they get as far north as Byron Bay. It’s the time of year when we settle for onshore and bumpy on the points or we rise early and hit the beach breaks, because it’s usually all blown out by lunchtime. The weather will be up and down, round and round, not to mention inside out and upside down, for a while now. Of course the beauty of this spring weather is in the sense of renewal. The sand is being replenished, where it was all cut away by the May storms that hammered the bay. The dunes are starting to build again and the bare rock is being covered in preparation for the summer swells. Sure it’s a tricky time of year to score a clean wave. But look at the bright side, surfing the lumpy bumpy slop is really good for your balance and wave knowledge. It keeps you sharp, for when it gets good again, it’s your choice. Get dry, crusty and hateful or just get wet and be grateful, .
To all those joyous folks who chose to pose, thank you, for being here with us .
By the way, folks don’t forget, to check the comments on the photos to see if you’ve won a freebee .