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May 12, 2008


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Nice. We hit it good at Heckscher on Friday. 3.7 and even a little too much for that at some points. Today we saild East Landing or at least tried to sail East Landing. We were getting a reading of 49.5 on the wind meter at one point where everyone got blown off the water. For the first time ever, I was sailing in the pond by East Landing. Boy that little pond can get crowded when there are a few other people sailing in there with you. I should also mention I was still overpowered on my 3.7 in the pond.

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