It might be farewell to summer on the calendar but I get the feeling it'll be a long and drawn out goodbye. The water feels like it's at an all-time warmth and there's a band of hot air moving up the continent which will see Sydney back in the mid 30's next week. Once all the nation-wide stat's are added up I think we're going to see this summer go down as the hottest on record.
This morning things were a little slow out on the water. The swell's lost a little bit of yesterday's energy and the higher-tide was weighing down what what was left of it. Even still, with a sky full of interesting clouds and the water sitting at 25 degrees, you'd be hard pressed to find a better place to start the day.
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