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April 29, 2009


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Hey Michael, glad to introduce you to the OBX Atlantic waters! I too am amazed by this place, and especially the secluded areas of shoreline where no houses are in site, and only dunes and porpoise are seen. The Washout was a great "first experience" and that little wave area we played around in last night was quite fun, even if the wind was light. Heck, tonight after work, I may run down there with my surfboard?!

congrats Michael

Thanks, George. And thanks Bill again (I write from back in New York.) I forgot to mention in the piece that it was also my first side-off wavesailing experience, which seemed to improve both the waves and the sailing angle vis a vis working the wave. Must pursue this on Long Island!

Sweet! This is the first spring I'm missing on OBX in a long time since I went to Cabarete. Will probably get there Mem Day weekend and next Fall. Hoping for similar wave experience while I'm there...nothing too knarly but fun stuff to play in based on my limited wave experience.

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