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July 08, 2009


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That sounds like fun, I might just be there, and with a bunch of new moves.

Hey Chachi
We're counting on you entertaining us between races. Show us what our local home grown LI'er has learned after hangin a full season with the heavies out in the Gorge.

Great idea! I am one of the sailors from Westchester who travels down to Hecksher to windsurf the GSB. Please put me on the mailing list so I can pass the word to the members of the Hudson River Windsurfers. You would be surprised how many of us sail L.I.

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