Re: Davis Point!!

From: Jay Runge (
Date: Mon Jun 22 1998 - 13:26:03 PDT

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Subject: Re: Davis Point!!
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 13:26:03 -0700 (PDT)
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No one is allowed to sail at Davis Point unless they have their own map.
That is the rule.

The wind reports on the radio are a clue, they always seem to mention Davis
point and some other places and they are always in the same order, maybe
there is a pattern there. Hmm they mention Rio Vista first and GG bridge
later, maybe Davis point is ....

The only other clue is that it IS by water, and it is a bit 'pointy' shaped.

The correct answer to the puzzler, selected from all the correct answers
received, will win a copy of the Talk to WindTalk CD "Men are from Crissy,
Women are from Larkspur".

Isn't there a biker bar there, and railroad tracks, and no parking really,
long walk to the water, and no cold beer?

Mext week: Where the heck is Pigeon Point?


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