Curly to Manly

Posted by: on February 17th, 2009
Wind getting into even the most protected bits of the coast.

Wind getting into even the most protected bits of the coast.

Hello Friends,

Even on a dull day, there are always folks on the beach at Manly.

Even on a dull day, there are always folks on the beach at Manly.

Not even worth taking a picture at Curly as it was – predictably enough – blown out junk. So it was on to Manly. Like Curly, the Queenscliff end of the beach was just a write-off. Sadly, the situation as Big Al has already noted, was little better at the south end. There were a few people in the water testing the limits of the flaggeged area as they hunted for something worth the effort in the generally diabolically sloppy conditions.

Here’s a question: when the local SLSC broadcasts warnings to surfers to get out of the flagged area, they always do it in English. So what happens if an international visitor is the offender? I’ve heard them going off at an apparently recalcitrant surfer and wondered to myself if maybe the object of the ire was blissfully unaware of their transgression.

The Bower was definitely cleaner and bigger yesterday when I checked it. This morning it just looked shocking. Really lumpy and messy out there. On the good side there were some okay size sets (see the pic below), so there is some swell around if you are super keen.

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