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August 10, 2010


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wsw is the best direction for that bar.at high tide u can sail 6 inches from the sand!

Looks like a great spot. Have you considered joining the GPS Team Challenge?


Full on blasting. Did anyone have a GPS with them?

I'm the only one in the crew with a GPS, and I missed this session (maybe Jeff has one secretly that I don't know about.) Anyhow next time I'm there I'm strapping it on.

the winds were WSW 20 to 25 mph

Sweet!! Reminds me of that shot of Keith Mccoulaugh (sp?) in Hatteras on a NE! Though I think he was literally inches from land.

where was that?!

new suffolk,l.i.n.y.robins island in background.

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