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October 7-9, 2017
One of the first stops we (and everyone else) takes below the border.
We didn't really stop here for the surfing. We were first in line at Surf Taco waiting for them to open up shop.
These guys know what they are doing.
We come down to Baja and camp a lot, but this time we had a very generous friend that opened up their doors to us.
Matty T, getting his 5'11 pintail super soaker ready for a surf.
I think we were all on super soakers this trip. They are pretty fun in head high to well overhead surf.
Matty T doing some religious stuff before our morning surf.
Andrew has got the Tacoma. These things come in handy down in Baja.
"It looks sick"... "lets go check somewhere else"
Wave checks can actually be pretty stressful. That anticipation it could be firing right out front. Or is it even better around the corner?
Packing the truck for an afternoon session.
Overflow seating in the Tacoma. More worried about the board than anything.
Mark finding some comfort in the back corner.
Getting out of the water was always hard on this trip because the wind never picked up so it just looked so good... all day.
The amount of times we loaded and unloaded this truck in a two day span was pretty incredible.
If you know you know.
Doing some post surf recovery yoga while enjoying a nice beer from our friends at Nicaragua Craft Beer Co.
Matty T getting a bowl of oatmeal in before another early morning session.
In-between sessions it was every man for themselves in the kitchen.
Jazz is addicted to Surfline.
Loading up... again.
Jazz and his man bun.
There are no to go cups down here. Coffee on the run means mug on the run.
Kit is a big guy. His super soaker is a 6'10 x 20.25 x 2.55, or in other words, a shit ton of foam.
Massive long period SSW swell with a NW windswell to break things up. The result? Peaks.
Jazz trying to find some shade on the left.
Kit makes the most money in the house so we call him money bags.
Looking South before heading North.
It is hard to leave when it still looks like this, but the customers need to surf too.
There is a large variety of items for purchase at the boarder. We mainly stick to the burritos and churros.