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January 23, 2012


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The Wolf really does need to consider an agent and a media person for this. I'd suggest that he contact media expert, Will Splashtack.

Who plays the wolf? Great hair, fit as a fiddle, 67 years of work and play in the outdoors,Robert Redford no doubt.

Was the Wolf's gear ever recovered? I'm curious about what happened - broken head cap, broken webbing, or whether the mast was not seated in the headcap. Can we do a gear autopsy ala CSI?

Will Seibert

the wolfs gear was never recovered..at least not on this side of the pond.we will never know about the head cap because with the conditions as they were the wolf didnt or couldnt check.he decided just to do a self rescue but even that attempt was thwarted.btw it was a new sail!

A new sail...? Bummer.

I heard from the Wolf today. He says he suspects that he didn't make sure that the head cap was properly inserted in the top of the mast. When he examined the flopping sail in the water he did not see the mast insert in the mast, and did see that the head strap was not broken.

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