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September 17, 2007


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Great site. Been long time ago when I did windsurf alot. Gone back into sailing. But this weekend it was time for windsurfing, not sailing. Really strong wind. Above 25kn/h. I took my 2,55m Slalom and 4.5qm for a ride in front of the door. The old phrase from Robby Naish "Mast close to the nose" helped me with my (mostly planing through) jibes.
Looks like I have to start surfing your site more.
Hang loose.

Welcome back to windsurfing, Manfred! Glad to have you on the Peconic Puffin, but more importantly looking forward to seeing you on the water.

A little Robbie is always inspiration for a sesh...

Hi Michael et. al,

I enjoyed a great ABK camp last weekend (Sept 14-16) but might have left a black XS O'Neill neoprene fleece there. If it's in the lost and found or wherever, could someone pass it to my neighbor Larry Hoff? I waited 4 mos last year for that fleece to come in and my fall windsurfing days will be over soon without it. Then again, maybe it's buried somewhere in my car.

Posting this here as my application to the Yahoo LI Windsurfers' group remains under review.

Thanks, folks!

I'll follow up, Christine.

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