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April 13, 2009


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Oh god, this is terrible. I stayed with some really nice guys from Sarnia last year in the OBX for a few nights.

My heart goes out to the fallen's family.

This news is just terrible. We're going to miss you, Master Holman... you were a great guy.

Tim was an unbelievable human being, and loved the sport. He leaves behind two wonderful young sons and a beautiful wife here in Sarnia as well as brothers, sisters, and his mother.

When a tragedy like this occurs, I just hope that the people out there writing stuff about it keep in mind that there are real life situations with real people, their friends and there loved ones out there that may read what you write.

Sail safe and enjoy life


I was wondering if you could help me out. I want to get a windsurfing t-shirt for my boyfriend -- Do you have any suggestions for a website where I could buy one?


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