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November 05, 2007


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You have been having FAR TOO MUCH OF A GOOD TIME lately!! I am a deep shade of green right now!

Andy threw a shove-it right in front of me in Hatteras two weeks ago, which inspired me to try a couple. It's an easier move than it looks, and works better on your non-jumping side.

I'm glad to see windsurfing get this kind of media exposure -- any news with the "Outside" magazine feature?

Sick pic!
I gotta come down there to sail with Mike Burns sometime!
great blog


MIke Burns is the premiere freestyler on Long Island, no doubt. Possibly the best on the east coast. He's also generous with advice and how-to for the moves he throws.

Thanks for the kind words about the Puffin...we try not to screw it up too badly!

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