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June 14, 2011


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Great report, great photos, great video, great competitors, great breeze (Sat), great event. You guys rock!
And we had a record number participants for the 4th year in a row (almost 70 signed up).
Let Mike or me know if you have ideas to enhance the event even further - we'll take it under consideration.
Till next year.
Regards from T-Bone w/the megaphone.

You know you'll be hearing from me! Meanwhile thanks again T-Bone for conducting two great days of racing and making it enjoyable for everyone.

Aloha all.... ECWF rocked. Awesome atmosphere with everybody there. It was a real pleasure enjoying first hand the true hospitality of the Long Island crew, with a special thanks to Mike Burns and family. Also it was great to get a schooling in light wind sailing by Bill De George and the 2 Engineers as well as Miles who snuck in front of me in both the light wind races. Definitely got it n calendar for next year.

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