Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

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Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby Carl Christensen » Sat Aug 21, 2010 12:40 pm

3 hrs and out. Puffy as usual but connecting the puffs gets you across the ever shrinking pond in a hurry. Unlike most times it was getting windier at 11 with dust blowing on the west beach. I am out of shape and have afternoon obligations so I had to leave but not before the 7.2 started really feeling wound up. Good to see folks rigging and soldiering on. John F, Mike, and nice to see Ken O, among others, getting after it. Sorry I didn't recognize the other folks. Please speak up.
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby Mike Egan » Sat Aug 21, 2010 2:25 pm

I had to leave early too. Looked like it was going 4.6 when I left at 11. Sailed 5.8 and 109 another sweet day on the pond.
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby obzansky » Sat Aug 21, 2010 5:54 pm

6.0 then 5.0 for me! Super fun day!
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby obzansky » Sat Aug 21, 2010 5:56 pm

Carl, excellent set of duck jibes all morning!

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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby Carl Christensen » Sat Aug 21, 2010 5:59 pm

Dave, thanks, they are coming back. Timing is getting better, less clunky. BTW, I need to recognize people's gear, which board/sail were you?
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby John Freed » Sat Aug 21, 2010 6:02 pm

Nice to have you join us Dave! 6.5 then a 5.2 (85L) for me. I got there at 7:00, Ken was already there rigging... I fnally left at 1:30 as it started to get a little up and down, with Ken still there... the iron man... he's probably going to sail until dark.
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby Carl Christensen » Sat Aug 21, 2010 6:38 pm

Guess you are an iron man too. But, Ken, how does he do it? And he's fast, always fast. He even changes rigs fast. Watching him ride that Sonic sometimes makes me think I could use one...
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Re: Saturday morning, G-ville, 7.2, 94L

Postby obzansky » Sun Aug 22, 2010 7:17 am

Carl,
In Utah I'm usually on my 133 futura and flying mostly retros (9.5 is an Ezzy).



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