A Place for West *and* Northwest Winds?

From: Will Estes (westes@netcom.com-DeleteThis)
Date: Thu Aug 19 1993 - 10:25:36 PDT

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From: westes@netcom.com-DeleteThis (Will Estes)
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Subject: A Place for West *and* Northwest Winds?
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Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1993 10:25:36 -0700 (PDT)
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After watching the wind yesterday jump from 19 to 26 to 22 to 31 and
change from NW to W to NW again, the following question occurs:

Is there a sailing site in the vicinity of SFO that offers excellent
conditions under *both* pure westerly (i.e., 270 degrees) and strong
northwesterly (i.e., 300-310) conditions?

        The Stick?

I know from experience suffering there that a place like Coyote
would have been really frustrating under conditions like those I was
seeing yesterday.

Will Estes              Internet: westes@netcom.com-DeleteThis
U.S. Computer           Cupertino, CA  95014

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