How the Waves Were yesterday (Saturday) Almost Epic Surf on Saturday, Sea Lice alert, Moon Jellyfish alert, Hurricane Irene Surf Report Sunday morning (at 7:30 AM) and Surf Forecast for Cape Canaveral n Cocoa Beach (posted August 28, 2011)

Sunday surf, nothing.  There may be an hour or two of longboard ridable waves, but anything called a swell has left the 20 and 120 mile buoy already.

But we did have some really fun stuff.  I will have a few pictures from Saturday mid-morning surf  from Slater Lane break.  Some waist and some chest high waves, perfect glass kinda stuff.

Also, I’ll be posting some of the big waves photos here in a day or so.

I will be a happy individual when I get my hands on an SLR, but for now, I am content with accumulating photos from friends and associates 🙂

I don’t see anything down the pipe;  that TD 10 doesn’t seem to be strenghtening now, and a Disturbance below Cape Verde off of Africa, is an area of interest, and the cool thing is, it’s getting close, its only 3970 miles from Daytona ;(

Rest up, enjoy the talk about the great surf that you had,  the nut that cut you off,  the fact that you had the b_ _ _s to paddle into the big (for Florida) ,  waves that we had.

Good day to say hello to God 🙂


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