Sunday, October 17, 2010

Windsurfing IS NOT Cancelled

***It's More Alive Than Ever on the DelMarVA***

For those of you that experienced it, it was the best day yet of the fall season here in Delaware. 
Wind was solid 4.5 all day, air temps in the upper 60s, water still warm. Simply epic. I was LIT on my 4.7 RRD Wave Vogue.
The Delaware Bay GOES OFF
 Great to have lots of new faces out there today, definately beats sailing alone, at least a dozen sails out there. Felt like Hatteras in that respect.
Yeah Trip, windsurfing is definately not canceled, and the stoke is flying high here on the Delmarva. Janis took close to 500 high rez shots yesterday. Check them all out at the Delmarva Board Sport Adventures photo gallery.

Everyone was going for all kinds of stuff today
 Bump n Jump playground out there today
Ken Kellar throwing some spray
Jason with the nice one handed air
Dave Coyle aka "Hetjar"
with ramps like this, anyone can fly
sooo much fun
Sailor? Nice jump
Splash down
Sam Postlethwait
Stan with the bail out shot of the day!

John Hale was tossing it around out there.

Gulliame was killing it on the port ramps
My old jp 77 ltr still had some life in it
Sam again
Ken again
love this shot
What a day!
all day long
checkin out the action
The 3 Amigos in the post sesh after glow
Mahalo to Gulliame, Stan, Sam, and Jason for helping me out there today with my "gear malfunction"...

ahhhhhh what a day. still buzzing :)

Live2sail with all you guys again real soon!

To View the ENTIRE Photo Shoot from Yesterday, CLICK HERE and give a shout out to my amazing wife, Janis, who shot the event.

ps-if coming from out to town this off season, book your reservation with Maggie at the The Beacon Motel in Lewes. Ask for The Delmarva Board Sport Adventures windsurf rate for a $15 discount on the nightly rate. The Beacon is about 2 blocks from the public beach, and close to great places to eat too.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice pics! We would have tacked up from West Canal had we known there was first class photography.
Who tossed the loop (tabletop?) at photo 158?