Today my family decided to go to the beach, because it was going to be 80 Degrees and sunny. Somehow I got suckered in to going to easily one of the flatest beaches there is. The tidal range is probably close to 200 yards. Anyway, so I was kind of bummed that I wasn't going to get any wave riding practice in. So we got there, sandskimmed for a little while before I saw some possibility down the beach. There was a strip of rocks/sand running out into the water, maybe 50 yards long. I crossed this pretty deep channel to get over to it, maybe 5 feet deep at the deepest. I got over there, but it sucked. Waves just weren't big enough to get any love. From there, I climbed over a ton of rocks to go farther down, and found nothing again. Though I hadn't really factored in that the tide was rising, and figured out how screwed I was. I ended up slicing my foot open on a shell trying to swim through current and waves to get back to the other side.
So we went and ate lunch, and when we came back I looked back over to the channel to see some seriously good looking liners running in it. I got my stuff and headed over, getting there only to realize I missed the peak time by about 20 minutes, they were pretty much unreachable (Atleast for me, I suck).
So yeah, no pics, sorry. Forgot the camera. But I plan on going back there sometime this week when the waves are bigger - I am 98% sure that it will end up working. If you care, or live close and want to check it out, the beach is in Ogunquit in Maine.
So before I go out, get this thing working, and figure out I suck at life, can anyone give me some tips on riding liners? I am sure I am going to frack it up anyway, but it would be nice to have something to attempt while im there. Ill get pics aswell.