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March 14, 2010


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Gale from the N.E. on Monday, Gardiners with afternoon outgoing tide could be nice......

No doubt, Frank! I think Scott and the Wolf may have Iron Pier in their sites...keep it in mind.

which way do we go george? which way do we go?

This is my new favorite windsurfing-jump picture. With the arrow and everything it really shows the feeling of blasting off. :)

I hope the designer who thought of the red arrow there is very proud of herself/himself right now, rightly so. Beautiful photo, beautiful sport. You are all mad.

James/Christina...the board is a custom by John Hulse (who is part of the regular crew when the weather is a bit warmer). It's a "Hulse Hull". Looks great on the beach too!

According to Scott, the board is called the "ACME Rocket", inspired by Wile E. Coyote's favorite supply company.

Hulse Hull, fiberglass and resin, made in the USofA, the little shop in Bellport! they don't make them like that any more....such talent lost....

its a grumpmobile! only flies when its nukin 4.2 or better.

the graphics were Scotts idea. Talents not lost cd, just put on hold.Next up....kiteboards Grumpy,Cig,Whatever !

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