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April 17, 2008


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Rock on!!

You got wind, we've got wind.

Glad to know that you are having a good time. Like Bunty said, "Rock on!"

Hey Michael, I got here Wed afternoon in time to sail a couple of hours on my 4.6. Was on 5.4 and 6.5 on Thurs. Great wind for sure last couple of days. Was at windfest last night...very sparse gathering...didn't see anyone. Going SUP'ing today in the waves...probably north Avon. You staying around all weekend?

Mac, I've emailed you directly...give me a call and let's meet in Avon!

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