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Jul 22 09 In Byron Bay Today

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Well it was loggers only . There were actually a few guys trying to ride little whiteboards, but it would have been pretty difficult for them. Because it was one of the smallest days we’ve seen around here for some time. So what was going on? We were all expecting nice little beach breaks this week, but it’s not to be, well not yet anyway. The deal is this; the swell has turned northeast and is only a small, short period wind swell. Or in layman’s terms, it’s small and no well defined lines. If we add to the equation that the swell is coming from the same direction as the wind, then what we have is this. To get shelter from the wind means to be sheltered from the swell too. If you try to surf it on the windy side, because there’s no lines yet it’s just too lumpy. But we live in hope, and we’re Byronians, no swell is too small for us. We stare down the heaving beast of surfer’s credibility. We laugh in the face of mediocrity. We charge the miniscule ripples of tincey wincey wind swells, for we are not afraid to ride logs have fun and be proud to just get wet and play. We are Byronians, .
To all those fabulous folks who chose to pose, we’d just like to say. Thank you for being here with us .