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Relaxed Days

Trip 19 began with a few smaller days, which helped everyone get into the swing of things. We were spending our time surfing uncrowded Max’s Left and a few sessions at our small wave secret spots that were completely empty when we showed up, and if I was to have a guess I would say that they still are. The water clarity is always nice out here, but these days were nothing short of spectacular. As the swell started filling in, Max’s Left became the pick, until this morning, when we woke to the sound of waves pounding the shoreline and decided it was time to step up and try a slab not too far away. The guys went hard all morning and came back absolutely beaming.

As I am writing this report, we have four of our guests trading 3-4 footers directly in front of my office without a drop of water out of place. This swell is supposed to stick around for a few more days so let’s hope we can keep the crew amped and try to tackle a few spots that we haven’t been to—and possibly a few old favourites too.

Benjamin Conn – [email protected]

 A goofy footers

A goofy footers’ paradise!

 Anne cruising at Max

Anne cruising at Max’s Left.

 Denis drawing off the bottom at Max

Denis drawing off the bottom at Max’s Right.

 Denis off the top.

Denis off the top.

 Duke again, charging hard!

Duke again, charging hard!

 Duke with a nice long wall.

Duke with a nice long wall.

 Fish laying down his rail game.

Fish laying down his rail game.

 Flying high!

Flying high!

 Peter cutting back to the foam.

Peter cutting back to the foam.

 Quentin on a beauty at The Left.

Quentin on a beauty at The Left.

 Rich carving off the top.

Rich carving off the top.

 Rob dropping into a good looking wave.

Rob dropping into a good looking wave.

 Zak finding his happy place with yet another Best Day Ever call!

Zak finding his happy place with yet another Best Day Ever call!