Morning #surfcheck from #constantinebay #surfschool – Sunny morning at #harlynbay with a very nice wave coming through a couple of hours after the morning high tide.
RNLI beach lifeguards are on #constantinebay from today. There is also a massive community effort going on to try and keep other beaches safe. Please remember to respect and keep 2 meters distance. This is a big change for everyone and the better it works the safer everyone will be. Respect the sea, no one is bigger, better or stronger than the ocean so take it easy.
Reports are the surf is still a good size, powerful and very rippy today especially on #constantinebay #treyarnonbay and the exposed beaches. There is no lifeguard cover on any of the beaches this week. I am still shielding and haven’t left the house in 10 weeks so I don’t know any of the ins and outs but someone lost their life swimming at treyarnon yesterday and atleast 2 people put their lives at risk to try and save them. My advice would be if you do not spend all year going in the sea don’t go in this week even knee deep at constantine can be very dangerous, take it from someone who has almost drown before there, me!
The only constant is change.
Beautiful morning here in Cornwall. Very few rain showers and a cold north westerly wind are pretty easy to shelter from and definitely worth it down on the beach. I’m always amazed at how much the dunes change throughout the winter and I guess the wetter and windier it is the more dramatically they change.