We spend a lot of time waiting for waves and when they finally arrive there is a palpable energy in the camp. Boards are re-waxed, fins are changed, leashes are checked and all the variables are scrutinized. This swell is solid and the wind cooperated beautifully which meant we had 8-10 foot faces with moderate offshore winds from low tide through a few hours of the push. We even did some falling tide tow ins on empty glassy waves while the current was too strong to paddle against. The swell is supposed to drop a bit tomorrow and the next, but by the 6th we have another pulse that looks even stronger than this one…and we like that a lot!