Re: Davis Point!!

From: Vladimir Minenko (minenko@ICSI.Berkeley.EDU-DeleteThis)
Date: Mon Jun 22 1998 - 11:10:02 PDT

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Brad James wrote:
> I've been reading Mike Godsey's forecasts, noticing him talking
> about epic wind and swell at Davis Point....

It was a really nice story! I enjoyed it and was a bit sad remembering a "just-so"
day at Pt. Isabel on Sunday. Thanks a lot! Now I know that the world does not end
at Berkeley and Alameda, if the wind gets too much S. Now lets come to the
main topic:

        W H E R E I S I T, D A V I S P T. ????????????????????????????????

Is it really such a big secret?

Thanks in advance for any hints


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