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August 05, 2008


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Yes there is a light at the end of this long windless tunnel! I've always tried to convince myself that the longer a windless spell lasts, the odds of a good windy day or period of windy days greatly increases. So hang in there, good days are coming. I'm hoping September will be the magic month!


Send a little down the coast. It's been 10 days and I'm starting to have withdrawl symtoms.

Vulcan simulator? is that the golf ball thing or something else?

Where is the Buddha now? Please bring him back to LI!

I reallyinsist-please bring him back to LI! :0

Buddha was at Bannimans Island today between 1100 and 1300. 7.0 pretty solid with a few lulls which isn't too shabby for a Hudson valley summer day . I had heard somewhere that watching windsurfing videos before a sesh actualy improves performance. Phil Koester gets hospital air, I probably played a dozen times. Today, instead of knee high air ,I got boom high. Better days are coming

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