Friday morning I woke up to the crack of waves pounding the shoreline, the swell had finally filled in. After our usual morning routine we decided to devaite from the hollow barrels of the beach break and set out for roping lines of the point. The walk to the point was an adventure in itself. To get to the point there are a series of obstacles that you must pass. The journey starts with a twenty minute walk, a fifteen minute paddle across the estuary, another ten minute walk through the middle of the island and finally the rock dance along the cobble stones which line the point. Although this seems like an extreme mission, the rewards are far worth the excursion. We paddeled out only to be greated by a few local fishermen and three other others who already occupied the line up. The wave is a left that breaks about three hundred yards into a bay with multiple sections, providing for barrels and steep blast sections. We all shared waves for about three or four hours with only five guys out and at the end of the session we all sat there, grins from ear to ear. This is why we travel!
Didnt get any photos unfortunately, but you can let your imagination take you there.
Here are a few photos from the beach break.
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