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May 05, 2020


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To paraphrase Horace Greely:
Go foil, young man, go foil.

That time sitting on the beach could have been time playing on the foil with the same sail. 6.7-7.0 conditions on a fin are 4.7 conditions on a foil. 7.5 conditions on a fin are 5.3.

Nothing against sitting around and chatting with friends. But, if you want to get out on the water with that small sail, there are ways. :)

Glad you guys are getting a chance to exercise the small gear and get some safe exercise.

Foils are wonderful...I've had the chance to foil 3x and loved it. But I have a budget issue (and sails up to 7.5).

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