6/23 Craig's Where to Ride

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6/23 Craig's Where to Ride

Postby Craig Goudie » Sat Jun 23, 2018 10:02 am

Sulfur Creek looks like pretty steady 6M sails Noon until 5. If that's too far, wait for the
late afternoon blow at UL. W wind should shift North by about 4PM and provide rides
that start in the 7/14M range, but are down to small gear 4.5/9 by 8PM and last until dusk
(but not long after). If you're out there, keep a weather eye and be prepared for a quick ramp up.

Sunday does not look windy.

Monday looks like a pretty good pure DC thermal.

Craig Goudie
Sailing the high desert lakes of Utah on my:
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
with Northwave Sails
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