9/24 Craig's Seasonal Shift

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9/24 Craig's Seasonal Shift

Postby Craig Goudie » Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:06 am

It'll be too cold and rainy/snowy for riding most of the day. There looks to be an
opportunity for a sun break and rideable WNW winds at UL from 3 until 7 in the 7/14M range,
if you're prepared for gusty 45 degree air. Could be one of those days where the West component,
just slips through the gap enough for Lindon to work best.

Tomorrow, more cool air (topping out around mid 50s in the valley), but little
in the way of rideable wind. A slim chance for a DC 8/16 thermal PM in PC 50 degree air.

Tuesday, still very cool, but with a chance at a sunny planable UL dinner sesh.

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

Sailing the Gorge on my:
9'1"RRD Freeride, 7'9" Open Ocean Slasher, 8'0"Hitech
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