It’s such a hollow wave, and because of the wind and the way it hits the sand you can get a little entry in with the chop. You have to get lucky.
Crew were hiring people from town or getting a buddy to give rides back up to the top. It’s 1. 3 miles from kick out to paddle out.
People go out there for the day and park their cars, but if people need to go to the bathroom, it’s pretty comical because it’s so flat and you see people walking off back towards that salt lake behind the cars.
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