First I need to make corrections about the waterski race. It seems the course is not the '26 miles across the sea' but actually 62 miles. The winner, Todd
Haig, made the trip in 46m 36.76s or an average speed of 79.809mph. We knew it was a close race between the first two, the second place did the race in
46m 37.51s or an average speed of 79.787. Todd has won the race 11 times now and the second place skier has won 9 times.
Marine layer not so heavy and off shore breezes this am. Loaded the kayak and headed to Huntington Harbor. Last year we found a small county park condusive to launching the kayak. We arrived about 10 and it was not busy. Put in the kayak and headed out thru the canals and houses of Huntington Beach. Each house was almost bigger than the first. They are humungous with boats (yachts) of equal size. Being Sunday, there were many people on the canals in kayaks and stand up boards. The SUB is the new fad here in southern California. Doesn't look like much fun to me.
Stopped at the farmers market on the way home for a bite to eat and to replenish our Kettle Korn supply.