Scott started the singing after the wonderful session we had two weeks ago:
“Ohhhh Tiana! OhhhhhhhTianaaaaaaa!"
Another west-southwest day, another great sesh at Tiana. With outgoing tide and sail sizes running 4.7-5.4 (though Jan was said to be on a 3.7) and plenty of waves in the 4-5 foot range (and an occasional six-footer) the good times rolled (mostly left.) There were plenty of waves for everybody, though CD tells a tale that begins with Bruce snaking a wave already claimed by his wife, and ends with Jan throwing spray on Bruce’s back.
“Not true! Not true!” Bruce protested (while laughing). But I believe CD.
The waves were better than the now famous sesh from last month, but the sea lacked the warm friendly cuddliness of that day. What the impact zone lacked in terms of size it made up for in frequency and current. I had to swim after my gear twice, and I saw a few others do the same. But I’ll take a session like this every week please…gimme more of those waves!
(Top: The view from Jeff's head-cam of a six footer. Middle: Frank outbound while George works a wave. Bottom: Jan and Bruce. All photos by Jeff.)