Our shore dive was conducted in the rain with light to moderate surf. The SST was a chilling 61F, but only 59F at 60ft, but that did not deter the surfers nor the divers. During our 500 meter surface swim, we were greeted with a very friendly seal that posed for a few second before disappearing. We descended toward the West Wall with visibility running around 25ft. Wildlife was abundant with the usual suspects: very large sheephead, crab, spotted scorpionfish, etc. But the highlight was the appearance of a small (2ft) sun fish. A great dive!