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Run forest run!!!!!
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Re: iling Into A Storm (img)

Shouldn't it be

"I be illin'..."

...into a storm.
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Re: iling Into A Storm (img)

The teeth is what gave it away. But there are a few harbors on the NW Coast of North America where it can look like that with a strong on shore wind and a max ebb current.
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Very creative.
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That will take a bite out of your sailing!..Dale
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What a shot! Great picture and I am surprised it survived after the camera was found on the beach after being underwater for so long after the photographer fell off his surf board.
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There is no problem here. That boat will just surf a bit... good for some increased VMG.
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Monitor don't fail me now!!
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Re: iling Into A Storm (img)

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All I can say is: There are some here who should be spending more time out sailing and less time in front of their computer...
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All I can say is: There are some here who should be spending more time out sailing and less time in front of their computer...
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