This is a fun swim because you go by rocky coastline and see cliff-side houses from below. The last point we swam around has several sets of rock outcroppings. Since it was low tide, Dave and I kept seeing sets of waves roll through the shallow area as we approached. Oscar and Bill wanted to shoot through the middle of the rocks though, so we did. After passing the shallowest area (some mussel-covered rocks were just six inches below us) we turned around in time to watch a big set go crunching through where we had just swam. The swells were making whirlpools and exposing the shallow rocks. We were collectively happy to have timed things with a measure of luck. We capped the morning off with Pacific Whey for breakfast. Special thanks to Julie for the shuttle to the start.