Not Out Of The Woods. Actually, We’re Deep In The Woods

So sorry to bring you this photo
So sorry to bring you this photo

Sadly, we are stuck in this stiff East/Northeast wind pattern. The algae and such are pinned down.  Things looked a little cleaner in the AM and it appeared that the North wind was enough to clean things up. But no. By five the surf looked like sewage. The surf was rough and sloppy, the beach windy, but still somehow it was a lovely day. We had multiple Dolphin showings which kept things interesting; so plentiful that they were hard to miss, even in the rough surf.

Tomorrow’s forecast is more of the same. Too much of a good thing has gone sour and not the best we can do is pray for a shift. We still have a nice West Wind antidote scheduled for Tuesday but the expected swell has dropped off the charts.

Things looked hopeful this morning, but the algae clouded the surf in no time under the pressure of massive waves and East winds..
Things looked hopeful this morning, but the algae clouded the surf in no time under the pressure of massive waves and East winds.
Mega pods of Dolphin forced us, thankfully, to look beyond the puke brown surf.
Mega pods of Dolphin forced us, thankfully, to look beyond the puke brown surf.
We Got Tail!
We Got Tail!
Mega face shot
Mega faces
So smiley. They must like nasty surf.
So smiley. They must like nasty surf.
Today's Pelicam: The sun finally bust through in the late afternoon.
Today’s Peli-cam: The sun finally bust through in the late afternoon.
Bonus shot: huge flock of Oystercatchers head South. But where's Chotchke?
Bonus shot: huge flock of Oystercatchers head South. But where’s Chotchke?