Monday, November 22, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
Sun. Nov. 14, Solid Metro Dense Winds
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Sat. Oct. 30 St. Clair Shoal HalloWind
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Wed. Oct. 27 Big Metro Blow Out
Perfect. Metro. Wind&Wave. Day.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Island Lake works in the fall
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Wed. Oct. 20 Ok day at Metro
Monday, October 18, 2010
Sunday Oct. 17 Maybury Quick Ride
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Sun. Oct. 10 Great Highland Ride
Monday, October 4, 2010
Sunday Oct. 3 Classic Day at Lex
As the day wore on the 5 and then later the 5.7 made an appearance but the power and swell stayed there for the most part. A great lex day all in all and on a weekend no less. Hoping for a couple more of these. Soon.
Saturday Oct. 2 Blue Lagoon
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Monday, September 27, 2010
Sunday Sept. 26th Fast Pontiac Ride
Saturday, Sept. 25th Blue Lago report
Friday, Sept. 24th Wind, Wind, Wind! Golf is cancelled.
Great day on the new JP FSW 84 ProEd and the 3.7! Gusts touching 50!
Shot and edited with iMovie on the iPhone.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Tuesday, Sept. 21, Marysville Chill in the heat too!
Semi good day 6.2 Alpha and 107 FSW, powered and sunny high of 90. MB, Tom, and Keith and I had nice day on the river. 15-20++South but it never really kicked in fully....
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Monday Sept. 13 Afternoon Breezes into BL.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Saturday Sept. 11 back to biking @ TreeFarm
Friday, September 10, 2010
Sunday Sept. 5 Classic Little Harbor Day
Dream Launch at Menonoque Beach
Brent Wave shredding on the 5.4M & 107FW
Using that wave face....
Saturday Sept. 4 Breakwall Breakdown
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Friday Sept. 3 Secret Spot Rocks (Bliss Gales!)
Wake up at 8AM on LTB - winds starting....
Jeff Degaynor into a Big Air
Hero jibing Bliss Beach
Locals said it was windiest day of the season and for those of us with very little summer sailing, it really was. Winds were SW to WSW all day at Sturgeon Bay Bliss Beach 25-35 with Gale gusts to 45. Gales sailing and great timing for Labor Day!
Brent and I started out on 5M in the AM and then quickly moved to the 4.5's and then I spent the afternoon overpowered on my 3.7. Brent found the courage to fight on with the 4.5 in nuclear afternoon winds. We had about a dozen sailors out with us all on 70-85 liter hulls and their smallest sails. Waves well upwind in the Sturgeon Bag Estates zone were 6-10 feet range and barreling often on the pointe reef (which is where I fell and got worked over the rocks). Each sesh out got shorter and shorter as the day wore on and the winds never let up. Loads of airtime were loaded as well as the down the waveface jibes. No room for error or slowing down. Schloggers were no where to be found on this day. Thank you Northern MI! Well worth the drive this time. More to come yet tomorrow.
Untitled from Jsealyons on Vimeo.Big Air Time in 40+ gales