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Weekend Windup Feb 22 09

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Well there’s another week over for us here at . There were some good waves for logging most days but very little for any real shorties. The weather was radically unpredictable and so was the swell. Yet that didn’t seem to stop a whole lot of people having fun. It was just one of those weeks; it would be raining heavily one moment and blazing sunshine the next. The funny thing in Byron Bay is how quickly the beach fills up once the rain stops. You can be staring out to sea, the rain stops and you suddenly hear a whooshing sound which climaxes with a deeply felt thump. Upon turning around you find yourself confronted by several thousand beachgoers that you’d swear weren’t there a minute ago. Once the rain returns you hear an audible hiss as the air rushes back into the vacuum left by the departing masses. I am of course exaggerating wildly, but as editor of this gig I see that as my right. In fact it’s my duty to pull your leg occasionally if not completely remove it. Truth is, most visitors spent the entire week rushing back and forth from the beach between cloud bursts. Most surfers found that if they didn’t bring a log or a fish they’d wasted their time. But hey, that’s just the way it was. Small and wet is still worth a play if you happen to find yourself .