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February 21, 2012


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Great to read you are getting some sun and catapults on the water. Soak up some sun for me please. The wettest winter I can remember therefore messing up alot of would have been epic days windwise. Looking forward to some great sailing on balmy spring days especially as I have now replaced my stolen GoPro and hope to replace the Nikon in the near future.

I agree with Bunty, it's great to read that you and the gang are having fun in the sun...That reminds me, I've got to book a flight for home in the summer.

mike,glad to here u r back on the water,it tends to heal all wounds-looks like good trades thru early next week and good size swell starting tonite-i'm heading back to pr tonite for more wind& waves-can't understand why da chimps are heading north for questionable condictions when da tropics are goin off-you guys have got da right idea-reapply sunscreen often peace-bb

Thanks Bill...the water does indeed seem to be helping. The arm doesn't feel good, but unlike a few months ago I am able to sail for a few hours.

Good winds forecasted for the coming week at least...enjoy it in Rico!

hey dr.oz glad to hear u r getting on the water again.nuking here right now but im out for another week.hey when r we gonna see the mrs.on the water?we need more women on the water...jan cant be the only one!btw the dr.oz reference is payback for the tom selleck one...haha.just dropped bill b off at the airport on his way back to rico..hulse goes back sat.r u gonna make it to c.d.s up in n.h.?

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