Last Friday, mainland Britain’s favourite ‘big wave’, The Cribbar, woke from its slumber, came barging down the stairs, and started throwing its weight around like an angry bear. The Cribbar (named after the Cornish word for ‘ploughed reef’, alluding to … Read More
Right now I’m swigging on a Peroni and waiting for the Green Chili delivered curry to arrive. Tonight is Friday and that means the unmissable Red Lion ale-feast to kick the weekend off.
February 1st. South Fistral, 4ft or so, onshore, not enough wind for the kite but plenty of waves going around and deffo worth getting out of the pit for. So far the ‘trip’ is off to a good start.
Today, I got my first GoPro surfing footage. This was quite early in the morning, at Fistral Beach, 2-3ft and offshore. Perfect conditions seeing as I wasn’t so sure how well the sticky mounting pad would hold up. In the … Read More