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August 22, 2011


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say what!!!

Sunday...whee! good good sailing at least down in Jamaica Bay!

Nothing left??? You gotta dig deep puffin!!

frank i agree.. no more whining if u dont go for it.

mike u better save the rest of your strength for this sunday...no excuses!!!

I'm glad you don't have regrets 'caus....it was windyyyyy!

Scott, who is whining? I had The Fine Sesh (surf supping)! My only concern is that I've forgotten how to rig and jibe and soforth.

See ya Sunday!

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