The Shorebreak

The Autumn weather arrived in Southern Australia this week bringing a mad search for thermal paddling tops, waterproof jackets and beanies. Those who ventured out were rewarded with a blustery beach launch and some light drizzle.

Overcast skies and choppy sea conditions were the order of the day as we gathered our kayaks for the launch.

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Do you think the shorebreak will get any worse ? It seems easy enough to get out but will be a little larger when the tide comes in.

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And sure enough; It was a little more fun landing.

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Has everyone landed…….or are we missing someone ?

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See, I told you it would calm down as soon as we got back on the beach !

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Just another day “Paddling South”.

 

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5 thoughts on “The Shorebreak

    • Hi. That water temperature is like a warm bath !!!. It’s getting a little cold here with days now around 20C so we are heading north to Gammon Ranges for a short trip. MTB riding and enjoying the desert sun.Enjoy the water while you can……Ian.

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  1. Great shots! Whatever happened to the surf-skier? He doesn’t seem to be in the last photo… Have fun this winter! We are finally seeing a glimpse of Spring here. J&A

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