Last 10 WindLogs

03/16/2018 (9th this year)
Mike Murphy @ BIB

Board: '14 JP 111 FSW FWS         Sail: '16 EZZY 5.3 ELITE

006 - Good forecast and kinda hit the peak but it was too short.  Out and back to SI#1, nice outside until it started dropping after about an hour.

03/11/2018 (2nd this year)
Alissa @ Port Aransas, TX

Board: Angulo Triumph 81         Sail: 4.7 Worldsail surge '13

The side-off direction cleaned up the waves really nicely! You could go down the line forever. Sometimes it was hard to stop. Just me, Olivier, and Rob from Austin sailed. I think spring break scared everyone else off, but there was no traffic and the beach did not feel crowded. Juan and the girls came, and it was the first time it was enjoyable weather for them. Not too hot or cold. We started with a trip to the pizza place. I ended my sesh with a stupid catapult going outbound - I don't even know what happened, but a gust caught me off guard and the way I landed really hurt. It was going to be my last run anyway, but I didn't even continue out after than and look for a set. Lame way to end, but it was an otherwise awesome session and I loved it.

03/11/2018 (8th this year)

Board: '14 JP 93 FWP         Sail: '17 EZZY 4.7 ELITE

008 - Fresh late afternoon front with plenty of power out to the IWC and back.  Fairly choppy but consistent outside and big inside holes  

03/11/2018 (6th this year)
Mark @ Windy Point

Board: Flikka Custom Freestyle 125         Sail: 5.9 Severne Freek

I got up early and headed to the lake this morning. I was concerned when I did not see anyone already there. The wind was super gusty, and had a little East in it, but I was really surpised when nobody else joined me on the water. Not a kite, nobody. Oh well, I had fun. I tried a couple of vulcans, but the foot is still not ready.

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03/11/2018 (13th this year)
Buck McShreddyShred @ Mt Hood Meadows, OR

Board: Burton         Sail:

Fun warm late afternoon sunny sesh with soft spring snow. Snuck in an A-Zone run before those lifts closed.

03/04/2018 (12th this year)
Buck McShreddyShred @ Mt Hood Meadows, OR

Board: Burton         Sail:

We entered Private Reserve for the first time and managed to come out alive. Insanity. But we'd do it again. Lots of relatively fresh pow in the trees even after days of no new.

03/04/2018 (5th this year)
Mark @ BIB

Board: Fanatic Falcon TE 138, Flikka Custom Freestyle 125         Sail: 6.3 Severne Freek, 8.5 GA Phantom

Boardshorts and a rashie are all that is needed now. Really nice air and water temperatures today, and plenty of sunshine too. Barnacles? Something is consistently cutting up the bottom of my bare feet about 8 feet from the shoreline. I hate wearing booties. The Weather Channel and Weather Underground had afternoon wind @ 20mph, but iW had just 15mph, so I put on the roof racks this morning and brought my 138 slalom board and 8.5 to prevent skunkage. The wind was about 15mph when I got there. I rigged the slalom gear, but also my 6.3m2 Freek and freestyle board if an afternoon push happened. It didn't. I was nicely powered and consistently planing all day on the slalom gear, but I was shlogging on the freestyle gear.

03/04/2018 (7th this year)
Mike Murphy @ BIB

Board: '14 JP 111 FSW FWS         Sail: '17 EZZY 5.8 ZETA

007 - Slowly built, good direction and high water were great for staying on the sandbar both directions.  Not much power at the ends and some weak spots but on plane in between.  Lots of folks out, nice and spring like. 

03/02/2018 (6th this year)
Mike Murphy @ BIB

Board: '14 JP 111 FSW FWS         Sail: '16 EZZY 5.3 ELITE

006 - More than a tease but rigged too small to make it to last very long.  Worked up to the north end, north spoil and a little into the north basin. Best runs were returns and it was fairly flat.

02/28/2018 (11th this year)
Buck McShreddyShred @ Mt Hood Meadows, OR

Board: Burton         Sail:

Afternoon exec sesh.