Thurs at Davenport

Date: Fri Aug 21 1998 - 13:13:40 PDT

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Subject: Thurs at Davenport
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Drove by Waddell, no waves, a lot of wind. The
fog line was just N. of Anue Neuvo (sp?). Decided
to continue to Davenport. Scott Creek also looked
flat but windy.

2:30pm: It did not look as windy at Davenport so I went out
on 5.7/8'8"wave(207#). Got spanked on the first
reach, much have been the angle of the sun that made
it look not as windy......

Re rigged to 4.8 and was perfectly powered. The waves
were smallish, the low tide at 3pm did not help. Lots of
sea grass/kelp on the faces of the waves. The waves
were about 2-3 feet, with an occasionally bigger set
coming through. Tons of fun, lots of long rides, true
down the line sailing, not very crowded until 5:30. The
locals showed up around 5:30,which made the peak a bit
more crowded. By then, the upper reef was going pretty
good w/non one sailing it. I made it up there and had fun,
even though the wind is bit more fluky there.

I did work in my car after my session, and when I left, around
7 or so, the wind was still blowing really good.

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