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November 24, 2010


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How cold was it? Nice of you to include the swimming and crashing parts!

Ahhhh. Sublime.

nice job Jeff, great perspective, love the helmet cam view, it really captures the great thrill that the sport has to offer,your efforts are greatly appreciated!CD

Great fun - we could do with some of those conditions here. Looks cold since you are already wearing gloves and drysuits.

We have transitioned into the cold season, no doubt, Bunty! It will be strictly 5/3's or drysuits for the next six months. But they are the windiest months!

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