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October 19, 2010


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i think i hear the wolf howling....no its just a wimper. well ive been told u r not having fun unless u r braking some equipt. or some part of your body.he must of had a good time that day!

Both Jans are inspirations to relative newbies like myself. Check out a brief appearance of the flying, howling Wolf at the very end of this youtube video ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrK9iUftub8 ), while Jan can be seen ripping in the original photo here ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/peconicwindsurfer/4988609282/in/set-72157624951350518/ ). AhhWOOOoooooo!

You guys are obviously having a great time. Here it has been mostly rain and thunderstorms - not really October weather at all. As a rule Autumn sucks out here wind wise, although we have had alot of wind this month it has been real nasty wind which comes with the rain squalls.

it aint the same without the Wolf! Heal up bro!!!! We all know Jan is the bionic woman, as Bruce already knows...a true inspiration to we wimpy girly men! CD

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