Potato Patch and the Point Bonita buoy.
There is a reason why the Golden Gate is the second most dangerous major port entrance on the west coat behind the Columbia River bar. Just call me Mr. Potato Head!
What's up Doc?
"As we approached [the South Patch], I remember hearing this really low rumble," Raymond recounts. "I looked up and there was this wave, a perfectly shaped Hawaii 5.0 wave, breaking a mile out from us. It was maybe 50 feet, 70 feet on the face, just Hawaii 5.0ing down the line," he says. "It was one of the most spectacular things I've ever seen."
Not me, I like being alive.