The temperature on the first buoy read 59 degrees, but Bob, Oscar, and I ventured out sans wetsuit again. The recent high surf churned sediment up, reducing visibility to a fraction of what it had been lately. So long as we kept moving we did not get too cold. The unseasonable Junuary warm weather helped keep the shivering in check afterward. We were lucky enough to see 12-14 dolphins. And at one point it seems there was a sea lion following me, but he couldn't keep up. Just kidding, I did not actually see him, but Oscar and Bob said he was following me.