Last night’s high pressure whispy dews in the sky gave way to an even “higher pressure” today. Super crisp, lip parching dry offshores blew all night. Felt like a snappy day at the Ranch in October with similar size and perfection to boot. Everywhere was a perfect 1-3+ depending on if you had some scale to measure it by. Lennox looked as ammazing as a “flat” point could look and the fact that it was still ridable on a longboard and still no-one was out (due to the cold) made it seem that much more pristine. Scale is a relative feature here as pictured in the large knight on the Pacific Hwy chasing Abi and Miss G. So when I paddled out at the local beachie tonight I was pleasantly surprised to find overhead, hyper -wedging double ups with a backdoor freindly attitude. The hard offshores making everything a possibility.