We surfed just those conditions all day long in wind that was straight offshore and sometimes cranking into the high 20's. This was the most consistent surf I've ever experience through the course of a full day- most likely thanks to all that offshore wind. Anyone who has SUP surfed in that kind of wind knows what an incredible workout is it dropping in ahead of the waves. Also the lighter your board the better it is at turning into a kite and soaring projectile. We both had to keep draining our water supply and incredibly both had tricep cramps for the first time ever. Nothing else just tris. As the sun got lower and the temps started to head back down we discussed maybe heading in and saving some for the next day. That idea came up a few times. Then we got to the point of one more wave then we go in, we were actually catching lots of one more waves as the sun set. Did we learn when to say when? I think not, but are bound to keep trying.
Sam drops in
Sam on cruise control
Smoke on the water Sunday morning