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May 19, 2010


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I'd pinch a baby to get at some good waves. It has been since new years.

Congrats on your article too man.

I had fun! 3 hours wound out on the 4.0-Heckscher... Yay! And, yes, the raindrops hurt, but only added to my laughter as the squalls passed through! I swore it was hail.. :)

Yeah, at those speeds (wind speed plus board speed) rain can feel pretty darn hard! But what are we gonna do...not sail?

Ain't happening. Barring lightning, we sail!

r u saying im a wimp? a wind chimp wimp!!

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