Met up with Taz, Pete, James and Stu at the supermarket carpark for another awesome session at Seaford. Nice and cool - the hardest part was getting into the wetsuit, after that fairly toasty. My arm is finally starting to die down - its been a total pain. Can't wait for it to fade away.
Went for a couple of big loops before crashing pretty hard and winding it back. Some nice rotational jumps as ever.
Its just an awesome setup. Arrived at Seaford and it was bucketing down, soon enough the rain cleared, blue skies opened up and Taz and I hit the beach. Solid 20 knots, which peaked up to around 25 at stages. At one stage when the wind was high I got a nice bit of air, looked across and Taz had followed the same pattern coming the other way - quick wave to acknowledge the highlight !
Excellent water, and nice runs beside the pier. Did quite a few jumps with kiteloops, still haven't quite nailed it yet, but getting there. Snuck in a darkslide and lots of rotational jumps. Magnificent session. Stu Styles joined late in the piece, but the alure of the sausage was beckoning so we retreated to the carpark.
Oh - and I stuffed up the launch and drifted my kite almost into the fence down there. Its such a narrow beach - hate having the wired fence so close too. It's the only downside to a magnificent location.
Had a quick session on the surfboard to finish off the day. The surf had built up considerably after all the wind so there was some great rollers to tuck in to. I find it a lot easier on the twintip funnily enough, but it was fun being on the surfboard.