Ava and Kyle get a sailboat ready to take out, as they discuss how Ava told off Ian Stroud. I think "told off" might be a little strong. Ava worries that she'll be a big failure now, and Kyle assures her that she'll be a success. Ava is flattered, and Kyle explains that he did the same thing at his law firm, although his wife didn't like it very much, and it led to their divorce. Ava says she knew she had to leave Kansas to figure out what she wanted. And...she's nearly forty and hasn't figured it out yet, so clearly that's working for her. Ava and Kyle push the boat out into the water.
After about forty unnecessary shots of Erica surfing, we see Bradin sneaking down to the beach, and he overhears Leather Jacket and his buddies talking about Erica as a sex object. The nerve! One of them even starts howling like a wolf, like, who does that? Wolf Boy spots Bradin and says that it's a private beach, and Bradin can't surf there. Bradin refuses to leave, but quickly realizes that it's three against one, so he takes off.
That night, Ava and Kyle make out by a campfire. Ava notices the time and freaks out. They kick sand onto the fire, and totally don't put it out, so it was nice that they made a nod to responsible fire safety but I think it takes more than two kicks to douse that blazing fire. Kyle asks Ava what she's doing for Founder's Day, and Ava says she's not into third-tier holidays. Kyle wants to have a picnic at Spanish Cove, which is apparently the only place nearby for romantic encounters. Kyle promises to call her the next day, and Ava runs into the house.