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April 10, 2007


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Tugster rocks.

Oh, Joe does too of course.

And anybody from Hawaii I'm predisposed to like even if I haven't read their blog. Yet. Howzit, Bill?

Thanks for the plug and the link to Bill's Pono House. Has Bonnie signed up for a lesson from you? Windsurfing is the perfect sailing solution for an urbanite.

Joe, it's the least I can do for the can of spinach. Meanwhile I'm not gonna push windsurfing on Bonnie until the temps get friendly...it's 37 degrees outside as I type this. Also, there is kayaking out here so I'm just imagining that there's some sort of kayak event, though this may just show how ignorant I am of kayak culture. I better go study my Frogma...


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