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November 12, 2009


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It's been too windy here, there was only one report of anyone going out today on a 3.3. He is one of those guys that rigs a full meter bigger than everyone else. Yesterday we had a bunch of guys sailing having fun on 3.3's to 4.0's. I stayed on shore and took pictures.

3.7 nuked all day at outer napeague both fri. & sat. 10ft. waves out in the channel and very smooth inside goff pt. tomorrow a.m. looks good too !

You're freakin me out man!

George, ghost windsurfers are all about the freak out!

Scott, looks like today didn't happen. Tomorrow might be epic SUP surfing though!

Chris, I hate when there's too much wind. I was maxed on my 3.4 yesterday.

4.0, hanging on for dear life! Serious air! Major fun! :)

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