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October 12, 2007


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Looks like you had a brilliant time. I bet you really enjoyed your new board too. We have an excellent forecast for this week-end........at last. There may be a few rain showers but we need the rain after such a hot summer - as long as there is wind. Forecast for 5 to 6 ENE which is my favourite direction cos it means we sail in waves here in the bay and we launch off the sandy beach. Makes a change to our prevailing wind where we sail off razor sharp rocks! One feels a bit more relaxed when wiping out and theres just sand beneath you instead of rock and sea urchins!! We dont wear shoes so our feet have no protection at all. Fingers crossed the forecast holds. How about a bit more on how you felt about your new board whilst sailing?

I love a good one - two punch!

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