Friday, September 8, 2017

Day 53 of the 2017 season: Lexington forecast that was spot on

An afternoon forecast that was spot on, the exception was the winds were higher then forecasted.
It turned on at 2 and lasted until 6 when some NW appeared making the inside difficult to ride.
Small swell on south side inside, not much to play on. The slick was awesome. The better swell was on the inside north of harbor.
First drysuit session of the fall. Craig on a 9M, Jerry on a 12M and me on my 11M.



TOB: 3:00-6:00
Gear: 11M Z1 and TT
Water conditions: Slick was smooth, jetty point with smaller then usually waves, bigger waves on the other side and the outside although not very clean
Wind: 20-30 from the NNE
Weather:  mostly sunny low sixties
Highlights: Excellent session and it went according to the forecast.
Great boosting, great slick action.
Liked my new Naish TT board bindings, tighter fit then the previous original OR bindings.



wind data from sailflow.com