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July 21, 2008


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sounds sweet. one of these days I'm gonna have to make a trip up there and sail with you guys.

You're living the dream! Very few people have succesfully combined their windsurfing passion, a wife, family, friends, and scallop sashimi.

Wind, water, wife, wine, wholesome chow. Sounds wonderful!

Most of the thanks go to michael for the multiple sailing tips and tweaks, including some actual gear transfer that i forgot to give back. . . the perfect day indeed! (not to mention the great company of the M&S gang)

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