Thursday morning still shaping up to be a great J-Ave epic photo day, Ron Photo Gallery – Surf photos of Ron from Hurricane Maria on Johnson Ave from Tuesday September 13 2011, Surf Report Tuesday morning for Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach 10:45 AM, Surf Forecast for Cape Canaveral n Cocoa Beach (posted Tuesday November 08, 2011)

Posted: November 8, 2011 in A summary of How the Waves were, All The People and the Surfers, Brevard Surf Predictions Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Brevard Surfing Photos - general swells, Ron
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RON – PHOTO GALLERY

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Ron the Bouncer (but actual better Medical Device Mousetrap Designer) chasing a sweet but hard to outrun waist high glassy face. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photo by oldwaverider

Ron the Bouncer (but actual better Medical Device Mousetrap Designer) chasing a sweet but hard to outrun waist high glassy face. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photo by oldwaverider

The photos here of Bouncer Ron (actually a high-tech guy) were from Hurricane Maria, Day one here as the first wrinkle of the storm hit our coast at Johnson Ave. on September 13.  Ron,  Dr. John and Chad were out for a good session, nice thigh to waist high lines coming in…but as far as the Surf call to be expected for Wednesday (11-9) thru the weekend surf, here’s what we have shaping up;

Wednesday, still looking to be a couple feet overhead in Satellite Beach with lousy winds for them.  The Cape could be chest to head high and clean to semi-glass because of the morning North winds around 12 mph starting out.  I wouldn’t be surprised if we get a small gift of NNW winds for a while, but definitely not for long, till maybe 9 or 10 if it happens at all.

Ya gotta admit,  he pushed it as far to the nose as he could to chase ahead of the lip, but mother nature just wasn't co-operating :) Image 2 of 3 in sequence.

Ya gotta admit, he pushed it as far to the nose as he could to chase ahead of the lip, but mother nature just wasn't co-operating 🙂 Image 2 of 3 in sequence.

Thursday is still looking to be awesome, probably chest high plus or minus here at the Cape, with NW winds less than 10 mph,  so we could have a good entertaining photo session for me, since I’ll be nursing a cracked rib for 3 more weeks :(, ah well s _ _ t happens…

The race of the chase is done.  Fun ride though.  Image 3 of 3.

The race of the chase is done. Fun ride though. Image 3 of 3.

It ought to be head high to 2 feet overhead down South also on Thursday, and the NW winds will probably give them some epic waves too.  Funny how that works.  When we get SW winds it just don’t look as pretty here as NW wind do down south, something about the angle of the coast thing 🙂

Friday at daybreak there may be some slight offshore winds here at the Cape with possible waist high waves, but by early to mid-morning the swell will be gone as a new NE ‘ster, not quite as pretty nor near as big as this last one will start coming in, with mostly sloppy wind chop with no ground swell element to it as it becomes total weak wind chop by Sunday.

A perfect backside assault.  Enjoying the speed of a perfectly lined up wall. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photo by oldwaverider

A perfect backside assault. Enjoying the speed of a perfectly lined up wall. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photo by oldwaverider

After Friday daybreak, not much to talk about.  Man we’ve had a run.

Continuing to enjoy all the real estate a longboard has to offer :) Image 2 of 3

Continuing to enjoy all the real estate a longboard has to offer 🙂 Image 2 of 3

Image 3 of 3, staying up high to milk it for what it's worth.

Image 3 of 3, staying up high to milk it for what it's worth.

Hopefully Thursday, we’ll have the regular J-Ave crew off work, out in the water so we can gather a collage of local friends talent in still semi-warm water. Maybe even the local skateboard park can watch itself for awhile 🙂

later,

old-temporarily-broken-waverider

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