Onshore and snowy.
March 24, 2011 | Categories: Snow Photos, Snow Related, Surf Photos, Uncategorized | Tags: hampton beach, new england surfing, new hampshire surf, surf, surf photos, surfing new hampshire, winter surfing | Leave a comment
I didn’t expect to see any waves today, when my friend Mike called me early to tell me there was a little bump I was thoroughly surprised. I got down to the beach in Rye around 4:00 and shot Mike at Linkys for 45 minutes or so, only guy out.
We would also like to send condolences to the family of Sion Milosky who passed away at Maverick’s last night, our prayers are with you.
Finally a little action on the surfing end, we’ve had some hefty snowstorms this season but very little swell. Offshore all weekend and plenty of crowds to welcome in the spring sun.
Chyea, solid today.
November 13, 2010 | Categories: Snow Photos, Snow Related | Tags: 2010 hurricane season, alpine-live, Alpine-live.com, east coast, forecast, hurricane forecast, hurricane forecasting, hurricane swell, Maine, new england, new england surf, new hampshire, new hampshire surf, new hampshire surfing, surf, surf photos, surfing, winter weather | Leave a comment
Woke up this morning absurdly early because my sleep schedule is mangled, I could hear the ocean from my house and that usually means it’s pretty well raging. Stevie O’Hara from Pioneers was absolutely shredding, the majority of these photos are of him.
Edited to add that Kelly Slater has also won his 10th world title today. No one else in sports history has won 10 world titles. Congratulations Kelly!
November 6, 2010 | Categories: Surf Photos, Surf Related | Tags: 2010 hurricane season, east coast, hurricane forecasting, hurricane swell, Maine, mexico, Mike Stanek, new england, new england surf, new hampshire, new hampshire surf, new hampshire surfing, pioneers surf shop, steve o'hara, surf, surf forecast, surf photos, surfing, tobey parke, winter weather | Leave a comment
Well today started at 6am with a drive up to Killington. I drove up expecting to see some type of white precip. and was disappointed to see all of the snow they had gotten the day before was now slush. Conditions were warm and variable with soft bumps and a little drizzle, skied from 9-11:30 and headed back to the Seacoast. Well it turns out the end of the week Coastal storm brought better waves than snowfall. Looks like it should stick around through Monday so get out there.
After a little bit of mis-forecasting on my part, and 36 hours we finally saw some swell. Yesterday was sideshore, semi consistent and head high today was super windy out of the north. Fortunately we saw a little bit more size today, sets this morning as the tide filled in were 2ft overhead plus. Tomorrow morning should still be good, here are a few shots from the last two days.
September 20, 2010 | Categories: Storm Chasing, Surf Photos | Tags: 2010 hurricane season, Alpine-live.com, hurricane forecast, hurricane forecasting, Hurricane Igor, hurricane swell, igor, Mike Stanek, new hampshire, new hampshire surf, Rye Rocks, surf, surf photos, surfing, the wall, Toby Parke | Leave a comment