Saturday, April 23, 2022

/saturday, April 23rd, 2022

Saturday morning at 7:30 the wind was doing a nice job of blowing the tops off of the waves.  There were sets of large swells that were making 5 to 6 foot breakers. There were long gaps between the big sets with 3 plus foot waves. The air was 53°, the sun felt warm and the water was 52°.   
Jodi and Niel got in at 8 and did the same route that Jodi had done solo on Sunday morning; out to the end of the Avila Pier, to the third crossbars on the Cal Poly Pier, to the second crossbars, back to the end of the Avila Pier and do it again in the opposite direction.  

Jodi and Niel at our second stop at the third crossbars.

The wind was steady and strong. At our first stop at the third crossbars the chop off of the beach was white capped and the swim along the CPP to the second crossbars was some work. The wind died down a bit after that but left plenty of character on the water.  

I'll be back tomorrow to swim at 11. Jodi, Pat, Duke and David are possibilities. 


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