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September 30, 2007


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OK lets have all the gumpf............length, freeride/all out slalom? etc etc weight etc etc and most of all comments on your christening run!

That board made me realize it's time to replace my Naish! Short and wide is the way to ride!

BTW, I'd say the direction Saturday was more NNW to N. If it was NW we'd track more toward the canal. Also, the lack of ramps was due to the incoming tide, which peaked in the early afternoon.

Great seeing all the new Sebonacers!

I'll give you NNW, Jeff, but not N. N would have been straight out! And as for tracking toward the canal, ask Massimo about the canal! It tracked a bit TOO well for him.


Bunty, I'll have that board report soon.

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