Three friends from DC listening to the spectacular sounds of "Dub Kulcha", 4/8/11, at the Sandbar & Grille in Cocoa Beach during a week of spring break for many.

Three friends from DC listening to the spectacular sounds of "Dub Kulcha", 4/8/11, at the Sandbar & Grille in Cocoa Beach during a week of spring break for many.

Friday night at Sandbar & Grille , Cocoa Beach was Jeff’s birthday, he turned ___?  Ha, you’ll have to ask him.  Chad, Jeff, John, Daniel? and Myself were celebrating Jeff’s birthday, but like a bonehead, I didn’t take his picture. (forgive the photo quality, they were taken with a phone 😦

I met up with a real nice friend from church at the Grille, the first time we had a chance to hang out.  She was with a group of friends but they had to leave early.  But I will have her out surfing by the end of the summer 🙂

The three to the left were enjoying some time in Cocoa Beach on vacation from DC, and taking in 100% of the band’s great sounds and vocals.

Anyhow, the spectacular Reggae band “Dub Kulcha” was playing, a gift we only get every couple months or so here, and they were incredible, see photos below.  To check their schedule or stay updated check them out here.

Okay,  Surf coming,  we have a large mass of area in the Ocean kicking up a wind swell for us, in probably the 3 to 6 foot face size, which starts to arrive Monday night or afternoon.

It’s hard to even guess, when the winds may turn around for a brief offshore session.  Right now the swell appears to peak in size on Thursday, and slight chance of going offshore Friday some time.   Thursday could have some head high waves down south, at the Cape, yeah some smaller but easier to paddle out too 🙂

Dudley at the keyboards, with “Dub Kulcha”, sorry I don't know the other's names. Friday night at the Sandbar & Grille, Cocoa Beach.

Dudley at the keyboards, with “Dub Kulcha”, sorry I dont know the others names. Friday night at the Sandbar & Grille, Cocoa Beach.


Dub Kulcha at the Sandbar & Grille, Cocoa Beach

Dub Kulcha at the Sandbar & Grille, Cocoa Beach

The waters warm, about 76 degrees at the Cape,  so paddle out anytime at high tide, and you’ll have the least bounce, easiest paddle out, and probably some fun semi-slop chop.   You know that you always get a couple of great shoulders during a chop session.

Have a great weekend, and as the swell gets closer, we’ll give ya updates as to the size changes, wind directions and any other anal-retentive data that I think we may need.

Later

oldwaverider

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