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September 17, 2009


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You'll get it!! The first few attempts are the worst wipeouts you'll ever experience. If you can persevere from there, it only gets easier and less painful :)

Yee ha!!

If you manage to get a smaller version of Windfinder to put into your side bar let me know please.

Hi Michael, I spent a month or so feeling like a moron just going dead downwind and flopping myself on my back before I started to get confident with the rotation. Andy will tell you...I'm the slowest learner in the world. Keep at it and good luck!

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