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November 30, 2008


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Looks like you had a terrific time. Nice waves.

Some great sailing by all the chimps, nothing like a good ocean session with my friends, more to come....20-30 kts west/s/w!! maybea the CUP on Tuesday?

What a day - those few peak moments carving a bottom turn into a cutback, or anticipating a massive port jump off of head-high waves, made all the suffering (ie, fluky up/down winds, constricting drysuit, cold east wind, pelting rain, sweeping current and mid-tide shore break) totally WORTH IT!!

Nice to see a dozen sailors getting in the action, including (I had to stop and rub my eyes): Mike Burns! Juiced after a Hatteras Cove session, he wanted MORE! Ponquogue was less than ideal, but Mike managed to several top/bottom turns on several wave rides, and one MASSIVE forward loop that he almost over-rotated. We need more stoke like this at our eastern beaches!

My photos (& grainy video) from this day: Ponquogue - Nov. 30th, 2008 - a set on Flickr (or see it as a slideshow)

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