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NAHmeNOree

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Awesome Joel! Looks like another little storm headed your way. Might be some nice waves Sun,Mon,Tue. You are going to need a bongo van to haul all the gear for the weekends, or move closer to the beach.
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Yeah, hopefully some surf will start showing up tomorrow for a dawn patrol. Sun the typhoon is supposed to hit us, so hopefully Mon., Tues.  and possibly Wed. can surf. 

We live walking distance to the beach, just not one with good surf often. 
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Go Gun-man very stoked in last shot!!
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Joel......do you still have the same address? I have the package I was going to send you a year ago.... I'm putting this out publicly so my sorry ass will get it mailed!
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Awesome Joel! Looks like another little storm headed your way. Might be some nice waves Sun,Mon,Tue. You are going to need a bongo van to haul all the gear for the weekends, or move closer to the beach.


Doesn't sound like a "little storm" to me.  Godspeed Joel.  Stay safe.


A storm packing 170 mph winds was bearing down on the southern end of Japan's Okinawa Island, where locals and U.S. military personnel stationed at several bases were quickly stocking up and battening down.

Sanba, dubbed a "super typhoon" by meteorologists, is the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane. Named storms west of the international dateline in the Northwest Pacific Ocean are called typhoons, not hurricanes.

After swiping southern Okinawa this weekend, Sanba is projected to make landfall in South Korea with winds still above 100 mph.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/09/14/13862369-super-typhoon-with-170-mph-winds-heading-for-okinawa-and-south-korea?lite&ocid=msnhp


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Awesome Joel! Looks like another little storm headed your way. Might be some nice waves Sun,Mon,Tue. You are going to need a bongo van to haul all the gear for the weekends, or move closer to the beach.


Doesn't sound like a "little storm" to me.  Godspeed Joel.  Stay safe.


A storm packing 170 mph winds was bearing down on the southern end of Japan's Okinawa Island, where locals and U.S. military personnel stationed at several bases were quickly stocking up and battening down.

Sanba, dubbed a "super typhoon" by meteorologists, is the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane. Named storms west of the international dateline in the Northwest Pacific Ocean are called typhoons, not hurricanes.

After swiping southern Okinawa this weekend, Sanba is projected to make landfall in South Korea with winds still above 100 mph.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/09/14/13862369-super-typhoon-with-170-mph-winds-heading-for-okinawa-and-south-korea?lite&ocid=msnhp



Thanks again, we should be alright have to stay inside.
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