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October 23, 2008


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I hate to say I told you so, but I had the best 2 hours I've ever had at West meadow while the tide was outgoing from 10:00 to 12:00. there were 20 ft jumps and backloops to be had on every run out and the inside was low enough tide to slide / carve through any trick super easy. Ed brought the crew down from Conn. Guys abandoned West Neck and West Meadow was THE place to be.

See you next time,



(btw, to quote the Wolf, if you hate to tell me so, then why tell me?)

Let the record show that you did in fact tell me so...I shoulda listened.

We all have to do things we hate at some point, like learning to waterstart, but then after the fact it's lots of fun so I figured I'd throw the "I told you so" out there and see. Let's see........yup, that was fun.

I know it's a long way off, but next wed looks to do the same thing as per windfinder.com. Saturday is looking interesting too. We'll see

I was on my way to the pier and saw the wind was North, so I sailed Meschutt. It was ok, not great but I look forward to the pier on a strong NW soon. W meadow sounds nice, just a long way from E.H.

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