|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Old Salt (4707km): |
That was about as choppy as I've seen it out here! crazy but fun.....reminding me the wavesailing days at Yallingup and Margs main break.
I've got to say, I'm not sure that Fangy has ever seen chop that breaks, particularly over our sandbanks, and can be surfed. He would be thinking he was trying to sail JAWS on a race rig!??! no weed fin needed
But when you're spending more time in the air than the water while you are chop jumping, you've got to be smiling ear to ear!
As for Dave, well he left it a lttle too late and the wind passed him by today! But he's way too damaged at the moment to be an efficient captain.... only his right arm that has not been xrayed his week.....everything else, radioactive
Isonic 107, NCX 7.0, tribal 36 slalom
|BSN101 (3802km): |
JPSS125 Tribal PM40 NP RSX Convert 7.0
What was going to be a nice session in the bay continually got put after something more important.
But, i rode to Dunno for the first session with WWA Kids, but left my daughter playing tennis. Then rode home. Organised my kids to be picked up to go to a friends house. Noticed a power outage in our street. Rode into town to tweak some theatre set for the up coming show. Had a quick chat to Karin, Patrik Serge & Camillo who were hitting the water after the WWA Kids session, now about 215pm. Kept riding to see Steve on the water pretty much through his Hr then rigged and headed out as he cam off the lumpy water as the wind started swing like a hula girl.
I did what i did. Up down so came in before i got stuck.
Rode further than I sailed by a factor of 5!!
West Busselton, WA, AU