If it’s truly getting bigger again tomorrow, as the reports forecast, I don’t think our short boards are going to suffice. Today dawned with cloudy skies and outer reefs breaking as far as the eye could see…as the tide dropped out there were lines of white water a mile out, waves capping over on the outer rocks like huge mysto breaks. We waited until the tide hit mean low and surfed Miramar, which was heavy! Thick fast breaking waves that required a late drop, feathering on your edge down he face to pull in and hope the door out was open. Once the tide started coming back in, the boat picked us up and we made the five minute ride over to Freight Trains…it was a sight to see. About 10 feet on the face and rolling 200-300 yards across the sand bar. It wasn’t as hollow as we like, but it was peeling so perfect you could take off deep and pump your way across huge walls, almost like snowboarding. Big grab rail cutbacks would put you back in the curl and then you start pumping again through the next section. We surfed 5 hours straight and, on waves like that, it was more like a 12 hour day. Swell is supposed to peak tomorrow…We only hope our shoulders and arms can hold out!