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6 months ago I would have been out but not comfortable. A year ago I wouldn't have been out in those conditions. There was a bit of chop, and a few white caps out there.
I'm with you. The last time I went out last season and was havin' a little fun, the conditions in terms of chop and wind were the same that, the previous year, I turned back to the marina not long after leaving the breakwater.

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