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Did you guys finalize any plans for today?  I was looking to play off of West Point lighthouse sometime today but since I have friends who are playing there tomorrow not sure if I will go to the same place twice in a row.

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On Jan 14, 2016, at 14:49, David Ortland (ortland@nwra.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:

It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave
 
Dave,

Oops, missed your email earlier, I out, trying to fix a stuck skag.

Jay


On Jan 14, 2016, at 2:49 PM, David Ortland (ortland@nwra.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:

It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave

 
I would love to Dave, but we're moving from Woodinville into Seattle on Saturday, so I don't think I'll be able to go play that afternoon... haha.  Have fun!

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 2:49 PM, David Ortland (ortland@nwra.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave

 

I cannot go, I have to help a friend move.

On Jan 14, 2016 2:52 PM, "David Ortland (ortland@nwra.com)" <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave
 
You know me, I'm in :)

Jose R. 

On Jan 14, 2016, at 2:49 PM, David Ortland (ortland@nwra.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:

It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave
 
It looks like the weather will provide a little excitement on Saturday afternoon, with S winds between 15-20 knots (and a lot of rain).  This could be a good opportunity for an introduction to paddling in some moderate wind and waves, if it comes to pass.  Anybody interested?
 
A few of us have enjoyed the run from Lincoln Park to Alki.   We could do that again since it works well with an easy shuttle, or try something new. Seahurst to Lincoln Park, or even Seahurst to Alki come to mind, if there is interest in something longer.   Feel free to make a suggestion.
Dave
 
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