Iceberg Saturday 1/26

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Iceberg Saturday 1/26

Anybody for piercing the ice cubes with fin or foil? Looks like high in the upper 40s

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

The wind Fx looks marginal, so I'm waiting to see if it picks up by 1PM.

It's now close to 1PM, and not seeing much wind, it looks like a bike riding day for me. Please let us know how conditions turned out at the Lake.

Barrett

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

Looks like a maybe a 5.4 day for me and I'm still carrying holiday weight. Biggrin

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

6.7 and 800cm2 wing. Lots of fun for a few hours. That water is cold, though. Pat P and Gene came by to say hello.

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

When you pat yourself on the back for foiling on a chilly day and then this pops up on your Facebook feed. Norway...

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

That's impressive foil sailing! Planing jibes while wearing mittens, and almost two hours on the water in cloudy, cold, Norway. I guess that dependents of the Vikings still have what it takes to endure brutal conditions. After all, they crossed the Atlantic to Iceland & the New World in open boats.

It looks like I missed a decent afternoon of windsurfing yesterday, but noticed on our bike ride that there was hardly any wind here in Atlanta.

Barrett

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Re: Iceberg Saturday 1/26

I'm reminded of this:

There is no off season.

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