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January 03, 2009


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"I was riding a wave while snowflakes brushed my face." Poppy, You are one crazy guy.

From the 31st: "head goes underwater, now an ice cream headache accompanies the pain in my right leg and taste of blood in my mouth." Oh hell no, you're fucking John Wayne!

I want a shot of tequila after reading your last posts, I need to man up and get out on the water. Happy New year!

Joe, windsurfing in the snow is a good time, I promise! The fall I took on the 31st, not so much.

We get our best winds in the winter, which I think is why God created drysuits. Stay tuned for some photos from Peconic Jeff to illustrate our foolishness.

man, its been over a month since i've been on a real wave. A hatteras trip may be the only remedy for me.

Snowflakes and windsurfing, a pretty common combination for us here. Ha, Ha!
Great you get to winsurf at this time of year. Our lakes are frozen solid (-35 C degrees) and we are dreaming of windsurfing. Hopefully by May!
Catch a wave for us!

Woodette :)

Great blog puff,Fudge on!!!Ponquoge on wednesday....CD:-0

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