Team Family Law and Team Go Team seem to reach McGregor point at almost the same time, while around the corner of the island, Margie and Luke fall clear off their water craft while leaning over for a buoy. So much for the "safety line" (yes, I know that's designed to keep the thing from zipping off without them if they fall off. Let me have my fun). As Tammy and Victor roar out into the bay while Jaime and Cara are just entering the water, Luke and Margie find a buoy with a clue envelope attached inside a Ziploc baggie. As they head back to the beach, he's making her crazy with his backseat driving. I think she knows the way, dude.
"Don't go too too fast," Tammy tells Victor. "Uh, we're trying to race here, Tammy," he reminds her with a smile. More sweeping helicopter shots, and then Team Go Team are on their way, Jaime leaning way forward over the handlebars like if she can't make her craft get there before Victor's, at least she can make sure her face does. Margie and Luke wave at both teams as they return with their clue (alas, nobody takes a spill crossing anyone else's wake), and Cara yells encouragement to Jaime that they're not far behind. Soon both of the trailing teams are searching the buoy field, and Margie and Luke return to the beach and read the next clue.
Phil says that now teams will race down the Hana Highway to a "surfboard fence," which is just what it sounds like. Unless you think it's a normal barbed-wire fence to keep herds of surfboards from wandering off, in which case I will have to set you straight and explain that it's an arrangement of surfboards standing side-by-side on their tails, in a kind of fence configuration. That's where they'll find the next clue. Margie and Luke jump back in their taxi, and are glad to hear that their driver knows Hana Highway. I haven't been to Maui, but I have been to Oahu. Really, there aren't all that many highways, and there's only so far you can go in the wrong direction. But still, with the teams so close together, there's not much room for error. That is not to say there won't be any.