RE: [BSA] Jolly until I found that shallow beach...
- How about Launch Pad LP? Keeps the 'trekkie' theme going up there.
Too bad I missed Sunday. Sounds like another good one. Family obligations.
I'm thinking like Jim T and Steve-O... We still have another month of kiting
left. Looking forward to next weekend.
From: boisesailors@... [mailto:boisesailors@...]
On Behalf Of Tom Cavaiani
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 4:23 PM
To: Jon Bolt
Cc: Boise Sailors; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [BSA] Jolly until I found that shallow beach...
You described a great name... how about White Cliffs?
On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 5:16 PM, Jon Bolt <idakiteman@...> wrote:
> Thanks for pix Tom. LP an inspiring setting. We are lucky....
> Another big mojo day far upwind huckin' the huge stuff...until the
> clouds came in. Last two days up there have been funnest sessions
> I've ever had at LP.
> Pix show how localized the good winds were up at that pocket where we
> kiter's & Jim T. hung out. That point is SPECIAL...the north cliffs
> turn from black to white at a knife-edge boundary, great wind
> concentrates there but nowhere else, riders magically ascend to next
> level...spiritual energy concentrates there for sure!
> Let's make a name for that point celebrating its aura ! Contribute
> your suggestions. Here's a couple starters:
> Ying-Yang point (where the black and white cliffs meet) Vortex point
> (where spiritual energy concentrates) Beam-me-up point....
> On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 10:30 AM, Tom von Alten <tva@...> wrote:
>> and broke my fin. 6.0 was the right call, got me through the hula
>> zone both ways, inbound with my fin rotated 90 degrees and hanging on
>> by the aft pin. (My #2 fin was on my other board at home...
>> and my #3 fin's pretty small, but I would have tried it, IF I HAD
>> THAT SCREW I NEEDED IN MY BAG. :-(
>> Four windsurfers if you count my half dozen reaches, one dapper
>> fellow who hasn't been out in a while on his big board and Gaastra.
>> Half a dozen? kiters, including somebody with a sporty Toyota who
>> parked so close to me it made me wonder if he was asking for a door
>> ding. Fortunately, my car has other doors I could still use (and I
>> resisted the temptation).
>> Took some pix on my way out as the clouds set in and the wind pattern
>> got sketchy. The one of Betsy on the ramp as she headed out is nice,
>> too -- love that happy grin.
>> Tom von Alten http://fortboise.org/ tva@...
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