Mike Murphy's WindLog for Sunday March 21, 2010 , 2:00p - 4:30p

20th session in 2010
Sailed at BIB
Wind from the NNW (mph)
        Lulls: 21
        Average: 27
        Gusts: 33
Rated a 9 of 10

Board: 240 JP 92 L FSW PRO
Sail: 4.7 EZZY WAVE PANTHER
Fin: 9.25" FREE WEED
Suit: LONG JOHN
Water Temperature: 63 F
Air Temperature: 63 F

020 - It kicked in about as forecast for most of the afternoon and ended up being a little under at first and a little over powered at the last.  At first the tack was on the sandbar going south and to the Horseshoe Spoil and north end on the return.  Reasonable planing and power with some luills but more big gusts during first half.  The last half session stayed focused on TB's secret flats between SI#1 & SI#2, the wind had filled in a lot more and it was shallow, fast and relatively smooth.  More powered BAF along the sandbar between the spoils, most of it was solo until Terry joined in for several round trips.  Terry with a 5.4 left me in the dust going south but seemed to be able to hold my own going north.  The final return from SI#2 was off the wind enough to be sorta shakey as it was fast, choppy and wind at about peak time for the day.  It was nice and sunny but wore cap and gloves due to chill factor, stayed warm but arms got tired.