3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby Jake » Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:32 pm

by Ghostrider » Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:38 pm

Jake where was the best swell you experienced?

That top-notch secret locals only status, but it's close to your island! Lets ride soon! Shoot some pics! wheres that locals only slider at?!! lets do Ro Sham for fun! Steve! I wanna see you out there again! good work!

by Brianbestnorthrider » Sun Apr 01, 2012 5:39 pm

Im new to the kiting comunity and would like to try this downwinder any tips jake?

Banana breaks, babe's and jet skis, and some know your limits common sense.
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby moonwolf » Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:10 pm

I'm down for a bp to davebeach eny time!
Now that's my kind of downwinder.
Banana breaks and babes on jetsskies a must!
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby C.J. » Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:31 pm

sounds no where near as dangerous as all the solo kiting I've done. :?
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby devonpowell » Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:27 pm

halfmastchub wrote:
devonpowell wrote:I wanna do downwinders like Patty Cakes and Jake when I grow up.


i wanna do ballin ass superman frontflips on skiis like dayvawn ! but i never wanna grow up


thats the truf
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby devonpowell » Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:29 pm

halfmastchub wrote:i have a message for big d jake- this is a no fun zone, please settle down. your makin all us city boys nervous. hi devon!!! i hadda make an account after readin this noise so funny


most entertaining thread on here. I wish you had actually done the downwinder though and not just made it all up.
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby bustingbladder » Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:40 am

Half mast chub... What are you about 12 years old? You guys are just so hilariously funny. I mean I'm just sitting here just crying because it's so funny...

Did you get an account to actually contribute something to this forum or just to "read the noise"?

Rather juvenile IMHO. Just sayin.. :roll:
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby DanielStoner » Wed Apr 25, 2012 8:13 am

Me thinks one of the regulars created an account to stir the pot. 6 pages and counting, mission accomplished. :lol:
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby j.p. » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:13 am

PMCD wrote:
Jake wrote:Whats boat support, planning and logistics? The only thing I was wondering was 10m or 7m. The 7 was great! .....


Not a smart plan at all. You may want to rethink it next time.



Paul, Paul, Paul...

How many times must we tell you that the only type of posts acceptable are those which blow smoke up one's butt...

Please take you negativism elsewhere :P

BTW I put this one right up there with skiing the back-country solo ( no wingman/ski partner).
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby j.p. » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:17 am

Jake wrote:by Ghostrider » Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:38 pm

Jake where was the best swell you experienced?
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Ghostrider,

How many years have you rode and you still do not know?

IHMO The best swell in the sound is off Jefferson Head (directly across the sound from RB).
It sets up just like "The Wall" , Big, clean and uniform.
I used to cross the sound with back on the big windsurfing days to ride it.
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Re: 3 Tree Point to Whidbey!

Postby C.J. » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:47 am

I gotta try riding Jefferson sometime. J.P. Do you remember if the best swell was tide dependent?

I need to find a beach access/launch around there
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