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I left my soul by the sea... Croyde 2014

So you may think that four days is not long enough to sort you out right? Well, I know I certainly did – in my current mood I’d have guessed I needed about 4 months (and then some). 357 more words


2ft Northerly. Croyde.

A few little grovelly ones at Croyde. Can’t be too fussy at this time of year or you’d never get out.  First surf with a hood and gloves as it was a bit fresh out.


What is the point of putting Christmas trees in sand dunes?

After the cheerful chaos of Christmas as everyone settles back into the normal routine the last lingering bit of tidying is often getting rid of the cut christmas tree before it sheds it needles all over the front step and blows away to bang against the bins. 326 more words


Some stuff about sand

Sand dunes are a big feature of the North Devon coastline. Built one grain at a time by the wind and sea, they took a hammering in the storms last winter with hundreds of tons of sand being washed away from the front edge of the dunes. 265 more words


Just doing it in Devon

My mantra for 2015 is shamefully stolen from Nike, but there’s something about their ‘just do it’ slogan that is just so positive, forceful and purposeful – it means business! 680 more words

Surf Trips


4ft Southerly. Croyde.

Bigger than expected. Plenty of power in the swell. 1 really good left. Not many out. A good way to start the year.