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March 07, 2017


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Great that Dimitris's blog is getting more love. He's a super nice guy. I'd like him more but he lives in such a wonderful place to windsurf that I'm way too jealous (just kidding).

wow....i remember seeing 'Klepper' in the catalogs way back when.

It's nice to see my effort to save memories of vintage boards being appreciated!
William, I hope one day we will sail together, no matter where.

I have actually ridden a klepper back in ancient times....how about a Vinta or a mermaid,right Kielt! Peace BB

vintas and waddell sails!

Those were the sweet days of middle age!

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