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September 08, 2009


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would love to know what you guys are smoking when evaluating wave size,any lisergic dithalamide involved?n anyway glad you're having fun which is why we/re all out there

Bill, I go with what the chimps say! Have it out with Kielt and the Wolf (though I'll attest to at least one six-footer.)

Hey heard you may be banged up...if so, get better soon.

Aaahhh....this reminds me of the stuff I was posting a year ago...stoked beyond belief about the new possibilities of SUP. Try a small sail on the SUP board in 5-15mph winds and in waves...I want to hear what you think about that experience.

So..........when is the new SUP on its way??

mike, just breaking chops as usual;thanks for your concern and good wishes,i'll probably be out of comission for some time.have fun and stay wet bb

I'm afraid to buy a SUP. Lauralee has been wanting one. So that means I have to buy two! And I don't have any more room in the van.

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww jeeze.

That looks fantastic.

I'm actually already getting my standard pre-surf fantods looking at Friday & Saturday's forecasts out there.

Sunday's 2 to 4 is about where I start thinking "Right, that might actually be fun!"

4 feet growing to 5 & the occasional 6 is just the sort of confidence-building conditions I really wish I could get out into more often.

Frank you can build a SUP or convert an old windsurfing long board into one. Commercial SUP boards are expensive compared to standard surf boards.
Check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_MDgZkHsQQ

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