The size came down a notch, but it was cleaner than yesterday. The tide was lower at 1.0'. We stayed out for a couple of hours and we really didn't have to wait for waves.
Marlon was working on his helicopter takeoffs - he nailed three!
All trimmed up and running at a good clip along a breaking wall - this is foiling bliss!
These blurry pictures don't capture the speed that foiling occurs at - way faster than surfboards because there is way less friction to overcome.
I was happy to just catch waves and ride them all the way back to the beach (not all the way - just to where the water was still deep enough to not ground the foil). I had my fill of waves after a couple of hours - we had it best early on when the crowd was less of a factor - dawn patrols rule!