Spring is probably my least favorite season for surfing in Northern California. The wind blows strong and often from the northwest, the surf size starts to trend downwards, foggy days become the norm, and to cap it all off, the water can get even colder than the winter due to the pesky ocean upwelling that contributes to the Bay Area fog. However, spring surfing isn’t all that bad. As the seasons change and so do my surf habits, I’ve been doing some self-reflecting on what spring surfing means to me. Turns out, there are some pretty awesome aspects to riding waves in the spring that, while they might not change my opinion that spring is the worst season, are worth appreciating and give me something to look forward to.
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