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September 28, 2010


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Perhaps a good time to explore, or reconnect--Good food,really cold beer and plenty tv soccer -if you have to miss the water-p.s.Plumb beach for those that would never venture to stinky and allegedly polluted was great today-praise to the Southerlies...Thursday promises even more :)
get well soon.


Mike, it is true that I have been getting "IT" allot as of late, surfing, suping,and sailing(in the ocean)but do not be angry, my family has always come first, so yes I have missed many a classic day, but I know that we will have many more....I surf,ski,and snowboard with my wife and kids, and their friends so I am a very rich in the experiences I have shared with them over the years, and look forward to having and sharing many more with them and you my friend, keep the good Karma!!

CD (Lord Chimpleton), you are more than due your good Karma! Scott was just making a humerous point.

Looking forward to sailing or paddling with you sometime soon.

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