What I learned today:
1) How to get barred at the norcal spot voted most likely to break on a small-to-tiny short interval gutless NW;
2) You can't stare at a peak until it starts firing, unless something changes, like the swell grows guts;
3) Hiking up and down hills is better excercise than an average session at my local spot;
4) There's a good reason that Roger Bannister became the first human to break the four minute mile barrier by training on sand dunes near his home in England.
5) The Receding Target Theorem of wave decency anlaysis is provable by walking south on a west coast beach and studying the rights breaking away from your position. The converse corrolary is also true as to walking northward and evaluating lefts.
6) PR Nat'nl seashore has some funky, ugly, discolored motherfucking herds of some mutant strain of deer.
7) When the Ocean's surface is super clean and the air is "ionic breeze" clean you can count lots of "whole food chain" type baitballs extending to the horizon when the baitfish are schooling. It gives you one reason to rejoice in flatness.
8) PR has some very exciting underwater sand configuration which bear further anlaysis some time when waves are present.
9) The place not only has it's own geo-techtonic plate, but a weather system far superior to the adjoining mainland.
10) getting barred still sucks.
"I'm pissed, he didn't try to cornhole me when I passed out."
- Danny, reflecting on his recent NS habitation with JopeyL