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September 05, 2017


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I felt I progressed more in a week of solid 4-5m2 wind on Maui than in the entire more previous life. Windsurfing is not biking, wind continuity is key..

Don't you hate that moment when you say to yourself: What that'? I used to be pretty good at this.

We had a dry spell down south for a couple months but the remnants of both Atlantic and Gulf tropical weather gave us a good week. But they're guilt-ridden days as you know the wind you are getting flattened someone's home a few days prior.

Oh, gosh, we should have another blogger gathering and you and I can mutually curse regression. I desperately need to go for a tune-up somewhere.

Now I have to ask - did you have any fun this weekend? Seemed like the kind of weekend that makes windsurfers happy!

Bonnie I was thinking just TODAY how I missed the Waterblogfests! Yes I did get out this weekend...see the top story on the Peconic Puffin "Down and Out in South Jamesport"!

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