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January 26, 2020


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Everything is more brittle in the cold. Including us.

Thank you Michael, with your hawk eye observational skills during equipment check. Potential hypothermia averted. Auspicious way to start the Year of the Rat. David

Frank: Yes, but how great is it to get winter sessions locally! I'll be double checking all my gear before my next session...I think I'm on it but did I check that the fin screw was solid? Did I double check the uni (actually I did that). How is the inhaul line on my boom? Must check, must check.
David: Were we not discussing the downhaul you were adding I'd have missed it. I count us lucky and schooled!

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