Buck McRockbuff's WindLog for Monday February 25, 2013

6th session in 2013
Sailed at Bob Wentz Park, TX
Wind from the W (mph)
        Average: 31
        Gusts: 50
Rated a 10 of 10

Board: '11 RRD WaveTwin 74
Sail: '11 Naish Force 3.4
Suit: Full

As the wind etched the rocks off the vertical cliffs of Comanche Trail and spilled them onto the treacherous mountain pass that leads to the point, the twists and turns eventually revealed the enormity of the day's blow. Power lines oscillated violently, making the occasional love connections that send Mark into easy violent spasm. Shingles, initially hesitant, were eventually coerced into free flight, resulting in the stripping of the roof, one of the essentials in life. (Roofs, not strippers.) "This is a big blow", they acknowledged as they nervously made their way across the boulder strewn, pit-filled, barren wasteland that leads to the water's edge. They gazed at each other with longing admiration while simultaneously accepting the fact that the drought has taken its toll on this land. He admired her long, slender thigh...whoops! A group of gypsies, led by the non-aging inhabitants of the aging Shiner Bock van, aimlessly maneuvered and parked their vessels, demonstrating large scale Brownian motion.