40º03'22.96" N 74º03'52.86" W
Looks like a lot of fun and a good, stiff wind behind you. Darryl and Ruth :)
Years ago, on a vacation with two Lasers in Mission Bay in San Diego, a wind surfer sailed by us to leeward in a breeze. We rented some wind surfers the next day. Kids were better at than I. That was a turning point. I no longer felt I was special.
This stuff about windsurfing is above my comprehension level. Can you post a photo of food?
No. Food is not a good idea. Food represents the great defeats in history: Waterloo. Dunkirk. Battle of the Bulge.
Half the time I don't know what the hell the Doc is talking about .
Can someone serve me an adult beverage? I can't make heads or tails about anything without it. Did someone want to see a photo of a Laser?
I really want to cook something for Joe. He worries me with his lack of excitement for food.
Joe, does my header photo not show enough Laser for you? BTW, the red one with 'Laser' on the back was the eight hundred and second one built.
Are you yelling at me? First it was that guy at Strabucks, and now it's you. East coast people are so mean!
I really want to cook something for him. He worries me with his lack of excitement for food.
Joe, I do not have a photo of a "Laser" but I just drank an adult beverage. It was delicious and if you are still confused just ask Tillerman he will explain everything, (he is like the Caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland). In the mean time Baydog will whip you up a Cooks Forest Stuffed Potato, which is unique East Coast Delicacy....
Yes, but we do need to drink Schaefer beerwith said potato. And eight hours removed westward from the East coast.
Wat do you mean by that Joe? Explain yourself.
What are you talking about, Baydog? You can make him the best Old Fashioned that he has ever had. and he can have it before he goes to Strabucks, er, Stirbucks, er, ... whatever! He and O Dock can form a victim/offender support group.
I also just drank an adult beverage. or two. maybe three.
After watching this clip for the gazillionth time, it still amazes me about the boat traffic that was present on the Metedeconk 25 years ago. We haven't sailed there in just about 20 years, and I have to imagine the traffic is way worse, if you can fathom that.