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March 19, 2007


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It was a pretty wild day! I've uploaded some photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/peconicwindsurfer/ and hope to update the blog in the next day or two. Thanks Michael!

Do you know, when I first read this, the line that leaped out at me was

"not until he got close to the inlet could we see that both arms were snapped."

I was, like, "OH MY GOD I am NEVER going windsurfing...that's HORRIBLE!"

Then I realized that you were talking about GEAR. Phew.

A BOOM arm, Bonnie! :) Someone has probably broken an arm windsurfing, but I've never heard of it. Not a lot of serious injuries in this sport. Jeff is fine...better than fine...it was something to watch someone swim against current and win!

Hi Mike,

Ned Crossley from up at Cornwall on Hudson. Great Peconic Puffin Blog on windsurfing. Awesome tips, information, and sharing. Thanks. The windsurfing world is tiny and spread out and this sure helps to glue it together.

I belong to 4 Yahoo groups: Hudson River Windsurfers and Hudson Valley Windsurfers ($10) as well as CT and LI yahoo groups. Thanks for joining the Hudson River Windsurfer Yahoo group.

I live right up Cornwall on the Hudson across from the Bannerman's Island IWS meter. I'm the guy who got 3 telemetry sensors installed on USCG fixed navigation aides on Hudson last summer. Love to have you come up for windsurfing on Hudson at Cornwall....Tunnels, Bannerman's, and Kowawese.

I like to speak to you on the phone. My numbers are 845 458 5204 home and 914 299 7552 cell.

Thanks again for joining HRWer's and sharing the Puffin.

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