6/13 Craig's Where to Ride

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6/13 Craig's Where to Ride

Postby Craig Goudie » Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:29 am

It's cold, it's rainy, and you probably don't want to be out there with little shifty winds anyway.
Best bet today is Sulfur Creek where the air temp while it's windy will be about 48 degrees.
If you go, wind will start around Noon when it will be cold and rainy, but skies will slowly clear
until about 6 when the wind shuts off and it's PC up there (still cold though). Maybe the 4 to 6PM
stretch is the "best" in the 5M sail range.

Tomorrow air temps start cold and get fairly warm for a pretty good 7/14M thermal at DC PM.

By Thursday, look for another planable DC thermal.

-Craig
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150 Sumo, 8'6"RRD TT, 8'2"Cross M
with Sailworks/Naish Sails

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