Just because it's winter doesn't mean you have to stay indoors. The best surfing conditions in Nova Scotia happen at the end of winter and late fall during hurricane season. Combined air and water temperature below 0C, Dave and I headed out to the eastern shore to catch some double-overhead monsters that were rolling in Friday afternoon.
We weren't the only ones taking advantage of the 3.5m+ waves that came in last Friday. On our way out past Lawrencetown we saw at least 15-20 surfers gearing up to take advantage of the waves. The winds were light, making it easy to get out and onto the waves. We got quite a few nice rides. A great way to wrap up a work week.
Dave catching one of the many monsters we saw that day.