The British winter has been a wild one. As everyone that lives here will attest. It’s been one long, grey, windy, damp kerfuffle. Sure there have been waves in sheltered corners but the marquee spots have been quiet. Well. Not so much quiet, more just blown to buggery for weeks on end.
With only two weeks of winter proper left the Atlantic weather finally calmed down a moment and decided to grace the stout Cornish rocks that are home to one of the rare quality reefbreaks in the Shire with the first real session of winter… Here are some highlights featuring Mole and Skindog.