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Saturday afternoon?

Feb 17, 2018 by paul

Blew 15- 20 yesterday afternoon, and water temps are a blistering 65 deg.



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Date: 02/19/2018
From: fhawk

They call it slavery
Date: 02/19/2018
From: alexb

Yeah, it looks that way but I have to show up to this one place on a daily basis... um, it has a computer and a chair and internet. Something about money and if I don't sit here and post on the internet they wont give me any. :D
Date: 02/19/2018
From: fhawk

Then it looks like you should be able to foil and have a blast every single day this week since it will be at least 10 mph.
Date: 02/17/2018
From: alexb

Yeah, it was gusting to 8mph when I got to AP around 2:30. Still decided to try and rigged the 11m and the short foil. Couldn't get going so added some line extensions to try 33m lines. Finally was able to get enough power to get on the foil. Struggled to stay upwind for a little while and then it picked up to a steady 9-10mph and I was having a blast. About shin high chop. Got off the water around 5pm. Not too bad but nowhere near as good as yesterday.
Date: 02/17/2018
From: fhawk

Not today - it is February- saw maybe 11 at AP so back to normal.
Date: 02/17/2018
From: alexb

Yup! Had a decent kite sesh at AP from 2:30's to 6ish yesterday. It was a bit hot in the 5/4 at first but once it started to cool down it was puuuuurfct. Hoping for something something today again.



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