Afternoon Fun in the SunThis would be my favourite place to surf and have spent many a hour down at the reef chasing barrels and laughs , watching different surf craft be ridden by young and old
Some days it can be super crowded with pumping surf , photographers and frothing riders , but on a average day when the wind and swell is not forecasted to be smoking like this afternoon, it was just a handful of happy riders sharing some nice waves and having a yak between waves….big smiles all round!
My Happy Place
View from the Village
and from the beach
Wreck Bay Local
Jordan Roberts below
‘ The beauty of this board is that it just ' FEELS ' so good to ride, no wobbles on the bottom turns and the harder I push the tail the faster it runs, plenty of flotation and paddles into waves like a dream...high performance? don't know but for me (and that's all that counts) its my everyday fun/ performance and ‘Go To’ board.The rear fin is set at 14" from the tail and as big as that fin looks, the board still feels like one of my standard 3 fin set up's.’
watch video below
shellys from adam williams on Vimeo.
back in the car park
The Day Before - Prone Riders
Where’s your Kneeboard ?
asked the young lid riders as they paddled over to me. I was surfing solo by now as Deano had gone back to shore with his Belly Board ( pictured below)
My reply was I would rather ride a mat today , no need for rail and fin’s…..its not that Heavy out here!
Surfing Coco Pop’s
prone riders from adam williams on Vimeo.
Inside Jervis Bay
I knew there was still some swell around but didn’t expect much left inside the Bay, so when I drove into Husky and saw some white water running down the point with no on out…stoked!
I was only just out in the water when 4 young kids jumped off the rocks to join me, funny as you forget how excited young kids get over riding little waves,with spruiking how ‘big’ their wave was to their equally frothing and excited friends is the norm….Power to the Kids!
Rolling & Tumble
Saturday Morning Fun surfing with the kids at Sailors Grave Huskisson.
Rolling & Tumble from adam williams on Vimeo.
Come over and check this out!
Port Jackson Sharkshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Jackson_shark
Port Jackson Sharks live on rocky reefs close to the coast. They can be found down to depths of 275m.
They eat small bony fishes, crabs, lobsters, octopuses and sea urchins.
The Port Jackson Shark's front teeth are small and pointed for holding and breaking prey. Their back teeth are broad and flat, perfect for crushing and grinding prey.
They can grow up to 1.65 m long.
Port Jackson Sharks catch their food by using their sense of smell to detect prey.
Female Port Jackson Sharks lay about 10 - 16 eggs on onshore reefs. After laying her egg, she wedges it in a rock ledge.
Port Jackson Sharks are harmless, but should not be handled because they have spines.
- See more at: http://australianmuseum.net.au/image/port-jackson-shark-egg-illustration#sthash.5jwxC8LD.dpuf
Multi Tasking- Ride it all Out