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December 05, 2009


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Oh man, what an incredible afternoon! Those waves were totally worth the initial pummeling. Riding in the shadow of overhead waves and seeing the seal was our reward. I hope we get more big and easy days like this... and perhaps a few on a SUP-sail?

Count me in! For that matter I'd like to try full-on wavesailing at Old Town in side off conditions.

Very nice! Just had some very similar SUP wave conditions yesterday and my best SUP wave ride yet!

Looked like a fun session!
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