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G-Land News August 23rd 2010

G-Land News August 23rd 2010 By Jarred Hancox

G-Land Bobby’s Surf Camp is full to the brim after today’s changeover. And is booked out for the next 9 days. Right now the other camps aren’t full, so people are lining up to get into the good quality camp here. The food, staff, service, vibe, facilities are all A-Class and it shows in our numbers. About 3:30pm I seen a set break at outside Kongs, and they all peeled like a slow point break along the low tide reef for so long. One wave went all the way to lower Money Trees!! You could have got a 1km ride off it. Don’t think I’ve ever seen a set break like that here, and I’ve done well over 1 year of my life here. The many shades of G-Land

Out in the G-Land Surf it was not so A-Class, 1-2ft at 6am and just rubbish. The wind stayed light with variable sea breeze tendencies, so all morning it was pretty miserable really. However the swell was on the build all day so all were anticipating the 22second period waves. By 12pm there was 3-4ft waves, and through the afternoon easy 5ft sets up at Kongs (near double overhead). The wind never went a really good trade tomorrow so hopefully thats not a sign of the times tomorrow. Still clean today but not the usual straight stiff offshore I’ve been used to seeing.

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