Received: from hplms2.hpl.hp.com by hpl-milo.hpl.hp.com with SMTP (126.96.36.199/15.5+IOS 3.14) id AA09328; Wed, 26 May 93 17:55:30 pdt Return-Path: <firstname.lastname@example.org-DeleteThis> Received: from netcom2.netcom.com by hplms2.hpl.hp.com with SMTP (16.5/15.5+IOS 3.20) id AA06192; Wed, 26 May 93 17:55:28 -0700 Received: by netcom2.netcom.com (5.65/SMI-4.1/Netcom) id AA06873; Wed, 26 May 93 17:54:39 -0700 From: email@example.com-DeleteThis (Will Estes) Message-Id: <9305270054.AA06873@netcom2.netcom.com-DeleteThis> Subject: Re: Truckee Adventure? To: firstname.lastname@example.org-DeleteThis Date: Wed, 26 May 93 17:54:39 PDT In-Reply-To: <9305262354.AA05122@paris.CS.Berkeley.EDU.iliad-DeleteThis>; from "Luigi Semenzato" at May 26, 93 4:57 pm X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.3 PL11]
'Luigi Semenzato says:'
> The idea is appealing but:
> - the water is probably very cold from all the snow this year;
> - it's an 8 hour r/t and you can't predict storm wind reliably:
> I get upset when I drive only 1 hour and there is no wind!
> Let's just wait, I bet we'll get our wind back in a couple
> of days. --Luigi
As for cold water: it can't be colder than San Luis. As for
the weather turning on us: good point, but I wouldn't go unless
there was a huge low churning off the coast and the weather called
for the next four days to be more of the same in different degrees.
-- Thanks, Will Estes Internet: email@example.com-DeleteThis U.S. Computer Cupertino, CA 95014
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