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September 23, 2008


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I got my first taste of watersports at Ditch Plains. I stayed there for the month of August in 1980. I had a $12 boogieboard, just a styrofoam board wrapped in a cloth, but I loved that thing. I used to paddle all the way out to the surfers, then ride the waves all the way back to the shore, sometimes getting a 100 yard ride. That was a lot of fun. Too bad nobody ever handed me a surfboard.



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