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May 31, 2011


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This Wed. and Thurs. promise to be killer days at Heckscher. 5.3/4.7 with dare I say a possible dash of 4.2!

pleeeeease geeeevit to meeee!

question1 -why would i want to sail@ heckscher no matter how windy? n question2-how can anyone sitting in a canoe possibly question a man's virility while he's standing upright on a board? please mighty puffin enlighten me!


1. The question is not "why would i want to sail @Heckscher" but instead "where else can I sail 4.7 while the rest of the island has nothing" and the answer is often Heckscher.

2. Scott's on-the-water conversational and vocal skills are well reknowned. At least I reknown them!

This is a SUP blog!

Hey Michael, did you here about this?


Yes Ian, it's been the talk of the town! Check back tomorrow for the Puffinized version.

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