Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Its been forever since I have posted here, well updates are to come for those who are interested

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Saving lives at sea

As summer draws to a close, the masses return to their lives in the city's and interior of the UK, a small collective of dedicated people still work on to keep all ocean folk safe, whether people venture out on to the ocean for pleasure or profit we will always have the RNLI keeping a close eye on us all. All RNLI staff are trained to the highest standard and are the envy of the world, and being a charitable organisation they always need our support.

Please support here, http://www.rnli.org.uk/how_to_support_us

Lots of other interesting stuff, http://www.rnli.org.uk/

Other links in the chain, http://www.mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mcga07-home

22 Squadron, http://www.raf.mod.uk/organisation/22squadron.cfm

Thursday, 16 July 2009


Surf Mag Drift is re-launched, and Adventures in trim maestro Chris Preston is making a very worthy contribition http://www.driftsurfing.eu/

Fun Fun Fun

More waves to be had
Skelly (click on image for a better look)


Monday, 15 June 2009

Surf's Up

Well the surf did show up as forecast, Friday saw a building swell with some good chest high waves to be found, Saturday saw glassy head high plus waves as did Sunday with some spots reported to be well overhead.

On Sunday I surfed Saunton at first light for about an hour on my Quad, I enjoyed some really good fast rides on waves that were regularly well overhead, then as tiredness set in I decided to nip round to Putsborough for another couple of hours, the waves were smaller and the paddle out kinder.

A Putsborough peeler

Another Putsborough peeler

A Saunton slider

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

This weekend brings the promise of a small swell, so pop back on monday for some more photos

Days at the Beach

Recently we had some good weather, so we headed off to the Beach for some fun


Surf school at Westward Ho!

The Surf was pretty good too with 2-3 ft of swell and only light on-shore winds

My son playing, his first real beach experience

Happy days