I used almost everything I had in my car.
The day in the ocean started at 11 at lowers. 5.5 and 87l. Head high. Fun.
The wind picked up a notch or two and I switched to 5.0 and small wave board. Superfun.
Lunch and rest.
Back in the water at 4.30 with 5.5 and 87l again and waves up to logo high. The wind got really light. E che problema c'e'... no problem, I'll take the longboard. At that point for a while it was me, Glenn and Alan Cadiz on his kite sharing smiles and stoke, also because the wind picked up again (still comfortable on the longboard).
This time of the year 6 o'clock is usually the time for the very last wave, because it's quite dark. Tonight we could sail and extra half hour.
At 6 o'clock, in fact, Alan left, replaced by the full moon.
And at that point it was me, Glenn and the full moon. And TONS of waves.
Rest of the world, you don't know what you missed... ask Glenn!
Ranking of this session? Five stars and a full moon. Literally.