Riverwood surf club
We headed to Knooke town early and arrived at Riverwood surf club a ritzy beach club here on the North sea. The parking was hard to find but we managed to pull a front row spot in just enough time to buy a 3.5 euro shot of espresso and gobble down a sandwich provided kindly by our hosts before the funny looking oversized helmet wearing police arrived on motor cycles to kick us out and find new parking spots. In the end we just parked the campers right where we started after a few loops around town looking for home for the oddball vehicles compared to the Ford GT's, Ferrari's and pimped out golf carts worth 5 times as much as an average car.
Unfortunately this time, there wasn't any wind, so even Big Mama couldn't work and we had to concentrate on other activities. Fortunately small waves came and some of the gang scored a nice, european style, surfing and SUP sessions.
Besides that the beach club is a family oriented place with tons of activities for the kids and adults, starting from boccia, ending up with kite lessons, and so we managed to get some entertiment as well. In the end the gang lounged about the big bean bag chairs and took naps in the sun, drank about 20 coffee's each (during the tour we got much more addicted to it) and after a while the sector9 boards were out and a game of juggling the soccer ball commenced as the sun began to set. We then headed out of town on our way to Chris Immers house to sleep for the night.
Photos: Riverwood surf club