Received: from hplms26.hpl.hp.com by hpl-milo.hpl.hp.com with SMTP (22.214.171.124/15.5+IOS 3.14) id AA17131; Mon, 30 Aug 93 20:31:54 pdt Return-Path: <firstname.lastname@example.org-DeleteThis> Received: from homer.CS.Berkeley.EDU by hplms26.hpl.hp.com with SMTP (16.6/15.5+ECS 3.3+HPL1.1S) id AA23397; Mon, 30 Aug 93 20:31:56 -0700 Received: from paris.CS.Berkeley.EDU.iliad by homer.CS.Berkeley.EDU (4.1/1.42) id AA07719; Mon, 30 Aug 93 20:29:13 PDT Received: by paris.CS.Berkeley.EDU.iliad (4.1/SMI-4.1) id AA26909; Mon, 30 Aug 93 20:29:12 PDT Message-Id: <9308310329.AA26909@paris.CS.Berkeley.EDU.iliad-DeleteThis> To: <email@example.com-DeleteThis> Subject: Re: Here's Some Wind In-Reply-To: Your message of "Mon, 30 Aug 1993 18:59:47 PDT." <9308310156.AA17852@netcom5.netcom.com-DeleteThis> Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1993 20:29:11 -0700 From: Luigi Semenzato <firstname.lastname@example.org-DeleteThis>
>> > I had a blast on Sunday on the coast, 10 miles north of Waddell, with
>> What's the name of the spot 10 miles north of Waddell? What about
>> Pillar Point Harbor?
Sorry, I meant to add it but I forgot. The name is Pomponio State
Beach, one mile south of San Gregorio State Beach.
I can't imagine why any of those beaches would be a bad spot. They
are all large, with no visible rocks, good surf, and they all look
windy. In fact, I don't understand why anybody would want to go there
other than 1. for windsurfing 2. for watching windsurfers. The
picnic-ers look consistently miserable. --Luigi
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