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October 26, 2007


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How warm is the water? No wetsuits????? Even though we are at the same latitude as Cartagena in Spain our water will kill you within 15 minutes. Damn that Alaska current!

Great stuff! Glad you're having such a good time. Here we have wind and sand from the Sahara and visibility and humidity really bad. This morning could not even see half way across the bay! Keep up the 'foot in straps 36o'. I'm sure once you have done one (or more) they will just keep on coming. Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy! (Especially without the women!!!!! Bet you miss them really!?!) Just having a jibe at you!

Joe, the Outer Banks are in the Gulf Stream...check out this marine map of the outer banks for the water temps. Much warmer than Long Island or the Bay area.

Bunty, I'll go back to the 360's (and the rest of my limited freestyle repertoire) in the spring when I'm back in warmer waters (just returned home, where falling is chilly.) It's officially bump and jump season now. Can't wait to see my spectacularly beautiful and wonderful wife, who returns from her own trip tonight!

Michael, The house with the green roof in the rainbow picture is the one I was in last Fri Oct 19- Sun 21st. Wish I had known you were over there so close....would have come over to say hello and introduce myself. Sounds like you guys had a great week. Dang..I love that place! Mac

Sorry to have missed you, Mac. I did get to meet Bill Bell (Bill's OBX Beach Life), and Jeff (Windsurfing the East End) was in our house. Could have been a blogging summit!

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