3rd on a flood?

From: Jerry Gardner (jernmar@flash.net-DeleteThis)
Date: Tue Oct 13 1998 - 11:55:02 PDT

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From: Jerry Gardner <jernmar@flash.net-DeleteThis>
Subject: 3rd on a flood?

If the wind happens tomorrow, is it worth sailing 3rd. on a flood? I have
never done it. Or am I better off going somewhere eles? For me its 35 miles
to 3rd, 60 to Tomales or Tuba.



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