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February 11, 2008


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HARDCORE - no matter how you look at it!

you guys are crazy

At least you are getting some sea time! I am still waiting here. Though I did actually miss some wind on Friday cos I was away. Typical eh?!

For those who remember last month's post on crazy persons (James Is Crazier Than I Am please note that I haven't started a series of reports on windsurfers who I think are extreme. No. But I HAVE started a series of reports on windsurfers whose name begins with "J" who I think are extreme. I may expand in the future.

Hey Jon...those ramps on WSW were worth returning for! Sebonac on WSW!

I just uploaded photos from the day to this Flickr set: Arctic front blasts Sebonac. There's photographic evidence for item one (fully/over powered on 4.7), but nothing for item two -- I was too busy taming my bucking board and sail!

BTW, quite different from what we were doing one year ago today, eh?

I can't wait till our ice melts here in Alberta, Canada. 32.01 Fahrenheit here I come!

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