The morning check at the reef revealed that the swell still had surfable height. I paddled out to join 4(!) other guys in the lineup and soon took off on a chest-high wave but botched the takeoff and got sort of worked. Nothing even remotely worth mentioning but it broke my – very old - leash. The waves were tiny but nice and chances were good that the lineup wouldn´t stay that sparsely populated for long so I decided to continue the session without leash and it was the right thing to do.
Back at the beach I checked the forecasts again and made a final decision: I would stay in Denmark. The outlook of summer-like temperatures and surfable waves was too good in comparison to bigger waves but unfavourable winds and cold weather in Norway.
Around noon I paddled out for a second session this time in a lineup of just three. More summer-style longboarding was the reward for staying here and a third session in the evening.
Wednesday offered more or less the same with the swell a bit smaller and the easterly wind a bit stronger and this time I opted for a flatwater windsurfing session at nearby Klitmøller for a change.