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December 10, 2007


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I commend your taste, sir. A fine piece of... art. :)

Definitely a classic! The good ole days before kiteboarding when all the local crew windsurfed here! Ty always ruled on those back loops!

I've been thinking about this for a while...does anyone know if anyone has documented the history of Outer Banks windsurfing?

Nice to go back a bit in time. You start remembering things that you hadn't thought about all these years. Great bit of footage.

Wow, good stuff. I wish I was into this 15 or 20? years ago? Wait, I was! but that was with a longboard in Tampa. Now I am back into shorrt baording and in Raligh and hope to get to the coast sometimes. I am ready for some small waves, and in a few years hope to to make a 2010 version of the same video.

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