Monthly Archives: May 2008

Dogs off Chains…

This was what was awaiting me on Monday at the club… Needless to say I went back to work instead!

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Foiling tack practice…

After letting Emma loose in Edward on Wedneday afternoon I got out for a bit of tacking practice. It’s getting pretty close now and Emma caught one of my worse efforts at the end of the sail on camera… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hUMKySEKd4] … Continue reading

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Some More Jam

Wednesday came around again, this week with a more sensible breeze. 10-12 knots and sunshine – lovely. Mike had made a few tuning changes to his boat, so went for a spin to check the set-up before I took the … Continue reading

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Weird ol’ Weston

For some reason, I have yet to attend an open at Weston that has decent breeze – This year was no exception. 5-10 knots and all over the place was the recipe for Saturday and we all got a showcase … Continue reading

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Foiling Form

I’m quite chuffed today. Scott Babbage has listed me with a worthy mention at the bottom of his form guide! This is something of a shock really – pretty much everyone on his list has an Olympic campaign behind them … Continue reading

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Wednesday sailing

Turned out a bit crappy really. The wind has been all over the place for ages now and we had a really shocking northerly, blowing right over the hill and down the gorge with gusts of 25+ knots and lulls … Continue reading

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Skinny-Bottomed Foiling: wings well and truly earned

I did it! Today I took out Jamming with Edward and I flew….like, really. We got to the club at about 2pm to find bright, beautiful sunshine and an 8-10knot breeze – perfect conditions my first real flight. Before I … Continue reading

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