Monday, July 21, 2008

Slightly Sectiony.

Good Monday morning to you out there. The surf looks just a little smaller than yesterday, with waves a foot to a foot and a half. Conditions are glassy to semi-glassy, with wind speeds at 4 to 6 knots. Wave sizes in terms of body height are knee to thigh-high, with some waist-high set waves expected as the tide comes in. High tide should be right around 11 a.m., and the swell interval out on the buoy is 10 seconds. The surf's probably on the decrease, and the form is a little bit sectiony, but should get better with the incoming tide. Surf camp starts today up at The Surf Station, friends and fans, and even if you haven't packed a lunch of peanut butter and jelly and Capri Sun, ANYLF has to recommend—strongly—that you add the morning surf report at 904.471.1122 to your speed dial.

Deeply sunburned and happy here on Anastasia Island in 32080. Halfway through Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, which is about whether or not there's such a thing as art in much the way that his Yiddish Policemen's Union is about whether or not there's god. My money says there's probably at least one kind of both.

Keep an eye to the southern Gulf, by the by: Hello, Dolly.

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