Yeah, 30-50mph offshore winds and a choppy, mess of a sea to navigate behind the shorebreak. Got some great lefts but the rights couldn’t hold up with the wind. It was hard to drive away after that final glance back at the waves after dawn patrol whe
A-frames looking solid way outside today. The kinds of waves that once you see them you can’t think about anything else. It’s like the world stops for a moment and you’re mesmerized by the wonders of God unfolding before your eyes and that piece of HMaine
This panorama doesn’t fit here on Insta but this view from the bowl was breathtaking. Snow and ice everywhere around me and below this bowl section practically no snow and an entirely different season of weather. Blue sky off in the distance with the
Tuckerman’s Ravine Floor. Just below where the weather was today. -25 wind chill and 70mph gusts as you ascend from this spot. Once above treeline, you definitely feel it. Didn’t summit this time but got some great time and views on Mt Washington.