Southern Swell

There nothing like seeing large plump, round, liquid mountains of waves assaulting the shore line. In Hawaii, southern swells are born by storms conceived in the South Pacific. Typically, these storms flow west to east with their anger aimed primarily at South and Central America and less frequently towards North America. Occasionally though, gales rise up out of the Tasmanian Sea with fetching winds pushing storms more on a south to north path towards Hawaii. When this happens, the coconut wireless lights up and everyone calls in sick. “Brah, surf’s up!”

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