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February 13, 2012


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yeah, feels good to get out there again, doesn't it?

Good for you Michael! There's nothing 'baby-ass' about 35 Air and 42 water!

good on ya to get back on it Mike.

lookin good mike..glad to see u out there.another 2 weeks & i will be out there with ya again in the wind & waves!windchimps a go go !!!

Lord Scotworth (the Chimply Earl of Kielt) on the mend! Mayhaps we shall score some sessions together in early March, to warm up for Bowl Season (aka April).

Awesome. Glad to hear you're back in action.

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