Outtakes

Some of 2011 footage I found on my hard drive. Now where are the storms or snow?

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Cheer up!

No wind, cold outside and waist is getting ready for 2011 season? Cheer up!

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Speed Daddy

From early ASD times Kipps teaches windsurfing at Coyote. Since I can’t catch him, I asked him to put the camera on his mast.

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Slap Me Around

I caught the bug and so now I have to do this all the time.

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Birthday Party

Abundant libations to Skiron from Team Dawg, plus lots of wind wishes produced a major birthday party. Fully downhauled 4.2 for my 190# is a lot of wind!

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Spring on the March!

War-at-sea gusty, sweet rolling swell rides on the outside. 4.7/84L wave. Then quite holey for my kit – I quit after persevering for 40 minutes. Bloody cold, too. This is an official kick-off, though – get your sails from your attic or the season will end too soon!

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4.7 of November

I am thankful to any chance, however short, to sail 4.7/84L in November. Awesome. 60fps version:

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Special thanks to Rich Wilde

Quality action photos of that day are here (by Mo Gunn)

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Reach for the Sky!

Seeing on WRAMS a promise of improbable winds at this time of year, I promptly took a day off. Although 30kt average did not materialize, I was able to sail my 84L wave (and tack it twice). Never mind his messed up ankle, Kevin Kan delivered quite a performance. Team Crushpad (Dave) showed Aaron a thing or two about catapults :)

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Quality action photos of that day are here (by Mo Gunn)

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Rush

My F2 Style has developed deck softness, so I got another board and quickly ran it through the paces, including a bit of swimming. Here is how it worked, on a new lightweight mast cam:

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No Stones in the Wind

190#4.0/93l/25cm 11:30-12:30, early, while there were no stones in the wind yet.

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