05/06 DCCB, 6.0M/138L

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05/06 DCCB, 6.0M/138L

Postby JimSouthwick » Mon May 07, 2018 9:40 am

Holey, gusty WSW wind made for "challenging" sailing conditions. But it was sunny and warm, and there was an unusually large (by recent standards) turnout of sailors. Doug was tearing it up on his Laser when I got there, and John D. was unloading gear. Paul and Anjee Bradshaw arrived a bit later. George dropped by for a visit, but by that time the wind was starting to fade badly.
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Re: 05/06 DCCB, 6.0M/138L

Postby Patrick McEwen » Tue May 08, 2018 8:42 pm

Great to see you still skipping across the suds at ..... what are you now.....99??
Waves in the key of E
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Re: 05/06 DCCB, 6.0M/138L

Postby JimSouthwick » Tue May 08, 2018 10:24 pm

71 actually, but at the end of a session I feel like 99, especially if it includes attempts at foiling.
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