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Re: Price Reduced: Complete Infinity 76 Foil Set With Lots of Spare Parts

Todd's Gmail
 

Sorry, forgot my contact info.  
Todd Atkins
253-225-1651 


On May 22, 2022, at 9:34 AM, Todd's Gmail via groups.io <atkins.todd25@...> wrote:

Hello, 
if this is still available would you mind reaching out directly.  I’m trying to find a board and foil set up for my brother-in-law. Thank you, Todd


On May 20, 2022, at 12:46 PM, bbarry6186 via groups.io <bbarry6186@...> wrote:


Compete set as described below,  $600

 I-76 and Time Code 57 Wings      42 stabilizer and Switch Fuse
                                                       90 cm Aluminum Tuttle AND Plate Mount Masts 
                                                       $110 worth of spare parts and fasteners  
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I-76 Wing
42 Stab
Switch Fuse
91 Tuttle Mast      AND     91 Plate Mount Mast
+ Time Code 57 Wing

And

2 spare M10 x 45mm Titanium Bolts/Washers    (list $13.32 each)    for Mast to Board
2 spare M8x 50 Countersunk Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)  for Fuse to Mast
2 spare M8 x 23 Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)   for Wing to Fuse
2 Spare Mast Caps  (list $23.32 each)  for Wing to Fuse with bolts above
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


All in great shape, being replaced with Slingshot Phantasm series.   



Re: Price Reduced: Complete Infinity 76 Foil Set With Lots of Spare Parts

Todd's Gmail
 

Hello, 
if this is still available would you mind reaching out directly.  I’m trying to find a board and foil set up for my brother-in-law. Thank you, Todd


On May 20, 2022, at 12:46 PM, bbarry6186 via groups.io <bbarry6186@...> wrote:


Compete set as described below,  $600

 I-76 and Time Code 57 Wings      42 stabilizer and Switch Fuse
                                                       90 cm Aluminum Tuttle AND Plate Mount Masts 
                                                       $110 worth of spare parts and fasteners  
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I-76 Wing
42 Stab
Switch Fuse
91 Tuttle Mast      AND     91 Plate Mount Mast
+ Time Code 57 Wing

And

2 spare M10 x 45mm Titanium Bolts/Washers    (list $13.32 each)    for Mast to Board
2 spare M8x 50 Countersunk Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)  for Fuse to Mast
2 spare M8 x 23 Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)   for Wing to Fuse
2 Spare Mast Caps  (list $23.32 each)  for Wing to Fuse with bolts above
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


All in great shape, being replaced with Slingshot Phantasm series.   



Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Glenn Reichenbach
 




-----Original Message-----
From: Glenn Reichenbach <glenngjr@...>
To: bsmersh@... <bsmersh@...>
Sent: Sat, May 21, 2022 11:49 pm
Subject: Re: Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Hi Bill,

It is nice to hear from you.  Sometimes it seems as though no one is even reading my messages because of a lack of feedback so when someone responds positively it gives me hope that I am providing some useful information to someone.  At least they should know that some of us are still out there looking for the best conditions available within a reachable distance of being able to get to without too much driving and without burning too much fuel/money.  However, sometimes during the winter the need for good wind and some good sunshine drives decisions that may seem not the best for mother earth.  I sometimes get some negative feedback for driving way out to Cline Spit for just a few hours of nirvana and then I see the dismal conditions that they accept as good in the Seattle area that day and then I know that I made the right decision for myself.   I know that sounds selfish but hey, I know what I need to survive and flourish during the winter months. 

That may only be me that calls it "finning" to distinguish it from foiling.  I do not mean to make it look like an ancient form of this sport, but I fear that it really is becoming that very thing.  For me the Slalom and Formula and longboard versions of windsurfing may be finished except for getting beginner and intermediate gear ready for friends and relatives who need some help.

I will try to post more messages in the future about my intent for days around Seattle in the hope that it may inspire you to get back out there for a session.   I believe that my windsurf foiling level is good enough now  to keep a good watch over others out on the lake who may need some help.

--Glenn Reichenbach


-----Original Message-----
From: bsmersh@...
To: glenngjr@...
Sent: Sat, May 21, 2022 10:49 pm
Subject: Re: Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Hi Glenn,
I’m glad to read you are still getting on the water a lot(!!). And successfully ventured into the new ways of having fun on the water – foils, winging, etc.  It cracks me up when they (the young guys) refer to windsurfers as finners like it’s some ancient sport that only a few are keeping alive.
I haven’t been able to sail for several years. I think you might remember that I have Parkinson’s Disease which is a progressive disease which is keeping me off of the water. Sometimes when my meds kick in well I think I could sail. I would make several sailors onshore aware of what I was attempting to do, and to keep an eye on me. But God help me if I go “off” – a condition where my meds have worn off and I’m in need of more. Anxiety, like having trouble water-starting while a 1/2 mile offshore in rising or dying winds, can bring me into an “off” state very quickly. When I’m ‘off’ I can hardly walk, I’m weak, and have poor balance, anxious, etc. I would have trouble just getting myself out of the water, let alone carry a windsurfer and that’s assuming I made it back to shore. I have kept one set of gear – a board, one quiver + accessories, in hopes that a cure comes and/or I’m in great conditions – steady, and maybe onshore, winds. I guess it’s ok to dream.
Anyway, I will continue to vicariously enjoy the sport through your’s and others’ posts!
Cheers and be safe,
-Bill Smersh


Re: City League #3 May 18

Greg Mejlaender
 

Yeah... very cool !!!

That's Nir on the left... and Troy on the right.

I'd love to read each of their "stories" from last Wed :)






-------- Original message --------
From: Alan Allegret <alanallegret@...>
Date: 5/21/22 12:47 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: nw-windtalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nw-windtalk] City League #3 May 18

They added a third picture to the Seattle Times article! With 2 windsurfers which I don't recognize but one of them has a big N on the sail, is that Not maybe?

On Fri, May 20, 2022, 6:23 PM Eric Eckstein <ericeckstein@...> wrote:
I ended up rigging a 4.4m^2 sail to a much-too-long 430cm mast, with many thanks owed to Darius for his technical, spiritual, and hardware contributions.  But it was worth it, holy cow!  I had my first waterstarts on Lake Washington go well, it was just like getting lifted up by some divine force.  And by about 7:30, the wind had calmed enough that I could make a couple flights on the new I-84 wing.  I'm glad to have survived the wind-happening without any hardware or bodily failures.  Greg, what can I say, you could have been famous had you just trekked back for your PFD!  (Or infamous had you not made it back to shore, but I'll just assume that you had plenty of safety margin left in you, because that makes me feel better.)


Re: City League #3 May 18

Alan Allegret
 

They added a third picture to the Seattle Times article! With 2 windsurfers which I don't recognize but one of them has a big N on the sail, is that Not maybe?

On Fri, May 20, 2022, 6:23 PM Eric Eckstein <ericeckstein@...> wrote:
I ended up rigging a 4.4m^2 sail to a much-too-long 430cm mast, with many thanks owed to Darius for his technical, spiritual, and hardware contributions.  But it was worth it, holy cow!  I had my first waterstarts on Lake Washington go well, it was just like getting lifted up by some divine force.  And by about 7:30, the wind had calmed enough that I could make a couple flights on the new I-84 wing.  I'm glad to have survived the wind-happening without any hardware or bodily failures.  Greg, what can I say, you could have been famous had you just trekked back for your PFD!  (Or infamous had you not made it back to shore, but I'll just assume that you had plenty of safety margin left in you, because that makes me feel better.)


Re: JP 155 Hydrofoil Pro $850 #forsale

Sergey
 

Forgot the pics:


On Sat, May 21, 2022, 11:03 Sergey via groups.io <sergey=melnix.com@groups.io> wrote:

Original price: $2,799.


The board comes with 4 original JP straps. It is designed for windfoiling and is usable for winging too. The board surface is pretty rough but its 155L volume makes knee starts practically unnecessary.


This board was my ticket into foiling. I started with windfoiling but then winging happened. I used this board extensively in 2020, incl. participating in the first Win/g/Duro with Dan Taylor, wingfoiling around Mercer Island.


The board is extremely stable and lightweight, and is suitable for big riders. It’s got a deep tuttle. I rode it with a Slingshot foil. It’s been out of the water for well over a year. The board has minor scratches along the perimeter (was mostly protected by helicopter tape, which I now removed). It’s got a small crack in the nose, sealed with Solarez.


Win/g/Duro 2020 report with more pics:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/261798468350180/permalink/366964724500220/


Video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EijlIEN6Tyw


Mfg info: https://easy-surfshop.com/do/item/JP-18HF155PRO/JP-Windsurf-Board-HYDRO-FOIL-155PRO


JP 155 Hydrofoil Pro $850 #forsale

Sergey
 

Original price: $2,799.


The board comes with 4 original JP straps. It is designed for windfoiling and is usable for winging too. The board surface is pretty rough but its 155L volume makes knee starts practically unnecessary.


This board was my ticket into foiling. I started with windfoiling but then winging happened. I used this board extensively in 2020, incl. participating in the first Win/g/Duro with Dan Taylor, wingfoiling around Mercer Island.


The board is extremely stable and lightweight, and is suitable for big riders. It’s got a deep tuttle. I rode it with a Slingshot foil. It’s been out of the water for well over a year. The board has minor scratches along the perimeter (was mostly protected by helicopter tape, which I now removed). It’s got a small crack in the nose, sealed with Solarez.


Win/g/Duro 2020 report with more pics:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/261798468350180/permalink/366964724500220/


Video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EijlIEN6Tyw


Mfg info: https://easy-surfshop.com/do/item/JP-18HF155PRO/JP-Windsurf-Board-HYDRO-FOIL-155PRO


Re: Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Glenn Reichenbach
 

Evanne,

Thanks for the link to victortheinflictor.  It will be interesting how it compares or contrasts to gorgeismygym.

Also, they were not requiring payment for parking at the event site as of Friday (no tickets on windshields yet).  If you go online soon and get a season pass, then they will hold it for you, and you can pick it up at the gate house at the Event Site next weekend.  

Back in year 2000 I switched from skiing to snowboarding.  Learning curves are always difficult for me, but the rewards in my case are priceless and continue to pay me back in many ways.  New learning curves are proven to prevent grey matter malfunction and decay. 

Now, I am still on the learning curve of windsurf foiling and many of my longtime windsurf friends agree that it was the best decision to go in that direction.  Now there are so many of us enjoying this new evolution of the sport to be able to help with tips and help to make the learning curve easier for foil newbies.  I urge you to come over to the underwater dark black exposed carbon side.  Resistance is futile. Go with the flow.

However, I still enjoy a good nuk'n ride on a fin board when the wind is strong, and the waves are big.

Also, they were not requiring payment for parking at the event site as of Friday (no tickets on windshields yet).  If you go online soon and get a season pass, then they will hold it for you, and you can pick it up at the gate house at the Event Site next weekend.  


Glenn R. 


-----Original Message-----
From: Evanne Howard <winddiva@...>
To: nw-windtalk@groups.io
Sent: Sat, May 21, 2022 9:02 am
Subject: Re: [nw-windtalk] Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

My first day out since October, some impressions….
1. My wetsuit has shrunk
2. My harness has shrunk
3. I saw only 1 other fin sailor. It was all wingers, windfoilers and kiters,
     made me feel like a relic.
4. I am very rusty, need more time on water.
5. Water was refreshing, I dressed for the swim.
6. Sailed for an hour. Not sore today so will go longer next time.
7. I expected more Canadians, maybe gas’s keeping them home?

I used 4.7M/88L Global wave which was just about right. The current wasn’t bad, but I expect it to become really strong in the next few weeks. Water seemed choppier than normal on far side. Chuck had fun skiing, Timberline had a few inches of fresh snow overnight (his back is improving). Next Sunday is the first swap meet of the season.
There is a new wind forecast site for the Gorge by “Victor the Inflictor”. We can always use more help figuring out the wind around here.  It is free, check it out….
image0.jpegimage1.jpegimage2.jpeg


Like-new Ezzy 6.1m $250 #forsale

Sergey
 


Re: West Seattle to Blake Island

Daniel Oliver
 

Thanks for the heads up Nikolay!


On May 21, 2022, at 9:40 AM, Nikolay <nikbark@...> wrote:

One other thing - you probably already know, but there is still construction fence around the Lowman park, you would need to go to the south end of the park for beach access. It kind of looks like a drive way, but it’s actually an access. 

Hope this helps, and have fun on your journey today! Look forward to hearing the reports :).

Sorry, can’t join you today. I’ll be in Anacortes this weekend. 

Nikolay 


On May 17, 2022, at 10:08 AM, Daniel Oliver <danielolivernwwindtalk@...> wrote:

Thanks for the great advice, Darius, Jason and Nikolay,

I’ll be conscious of these things as I plan the trip, I’ll probably post something today for tomorrow to see if other folks want to go out this Saturday.

All the best,
Daniel 


On May 17, 2022, at 8:40 AM, Nikolay <nikbark@...> wrote:

Hi Daniel, 

I live in West Seattle and often sail close to Blake island. As Jason mentioned - Lowman Beach is a good starting point. I rounded the Island once, however sailed closed to it on many occasions. 

The main reason for not trying to round it more often is the wind shadow around the island. My understanding the wind gets blocked either by Vasion island on southerlies or by Bainbridge island on northerlies. Often I can’t even make it to the west tip of Blake, because the wind shadow can start ~.5 miles or so before the island. Which kind of makes sense if you look at the map on a slightly north/south westerly. 
In other words, its fairy fast to get close to the island (15-20 minutes), but getting on or around the island might require pumping or other techniques to deal with the wind shadow. 

Last year, when we rounded the island it took us about 1.5 hours round trip. Coming back it’s definitely hard to see Lowman beach. Last year they had construction equipment and heavy duty orange colored cranes, etc. which helped finding it and trying point to it early. The big green space (Lincoln Park) is a pretty good landmark as there are now houses there. So one would need to point north of it on the way back. 

Waves in the center of the channel could get fairly high. Also, especially on high tide, watching out for logs is very important. 

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any follow up questions. 

Nikolay 


On May 17, 2022, at 7:12 AM, Jason Sutherland <Epoxybrain@...> wrote:



Hey Daniel,

The best launch for Blake is a Lowman Beach park, with Blake a little more than 3 miles across. Winds tend to be much stronger out in the middle of the sound, especially on a south wind. Current from tides is also a major consideration. Definitely avoid days with a big high tide/low tide differential, and be aware of tide shifts and times for the high/low. On a fin board the current can make it incredibly hard to get back to where you came from, especially if the wind drops and you’re not planing.

When a good north wind sets in, it can be very reliable and steady. I would look for a day like that versus the gusty and iffy south winds. The nice thing about a north is that Vashon can be your plan B and there’s a ferry to take you back to west seattle.There’s a boat ramp on the south side of the ferry dock that you can walk up. If while you’re on Blake the wind dies on you or picks up to more than you want, Vashon is a shorter crossing. 

A few local sailors here make a regular habit of checking in with Blake, Bainbridge and other points fairly distant. Of course they’re on foil and fly fast through variable conditions. One note from the crew who rounded Blake a year or so back was to make sure you know what Lowman looks like from a distance so you can set the right course. It gets puny from afar. Fortunately the ferry dock is clear, and going north of that is the massive Lincoln Park, and Lowman is a blip to the North of that. Things look different from a couple miles out, and a few degrees off on that kind of course is significant. 

And of course watch for the big boats. You can see them coming for quite a ways, but they come up fast and likely won’t see you and can’t alter course. Easy to avoid if you’re paying attention. 

Enjoy, Jason


Re: West Seattle to Blake Island

Nikolay
 

One other thing - you probably already know, but there is still construction fence around the Lowman park, you would need to go to the south end of the park for beach access. It kind of looks like a drive way, but it’s actually an access. 

Hope this helps, and have fun on your journey today! Look forward to hearing the reports :).

Sorry, can’t join you today. I’ll be in Anacortes this weekend. 

Nikolay 


On May 17, 2022, at 10:08 AM, Daniel Oliver <danielolivernwwindtalk@...> wrote:

Thanks for the great advice, Darius, Jason and Nikolay,

I’ll be conscious of these things as I plan the trip, I’ll probably post something today for tomorrow to see if other folks want to go out this Saturday.

All the best,
Daniel 


On May 17, 2022, at 8:40 AM, Nikolay <nikbark@...> wrote:

Hi Daniel, 

I live in West Seattle and often sail close to Blake island. As Jason mentioned - Lowman Beach is a good starting point. I rounded the Island once, however sailed closed to it on many occasions. 

The main reason for not trying to round it more often is the wind shadow around the island. My understanding the wind gets blocked either by Vasion island on southerlies or by Bainbridge island on northerlies. Often I can’t even make it to the west tip of Blake, because the wind shadow can start ~.5 miles or so before the island. Which kind of makes sense if you look at the map on a slightly north/south westerly. 
In other words, its fairy fast to get close to the island (15-20 minutes), but getting on or around the island might require pumping or other techniques to deal with the wind shadow. 

Last year, when we rounded the island it took us about 1.5 hours round trip. Coming back it’s definitely hard to see Lowman beach. Last year they had construction equipment and heavy duty orange colored cranes, etc. which helped finding it and trying point to it early. The big green space (Lincoln Park) is a pretty good landmark as there are now houses there. So one would need to point north of it on the way back. 

Waves in the center of the channel could get fairly high. Also, especially on high tide, watching out for logs is very important. 

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any follow up questions. 

Nikolay 


On May 17, 2022, at 7:12 AM, Jason Sutherland <Epoxybrain@...> wrote:



Hey Daniel,

The best launch for Blake is a Lowman Beach park, with Blake a little more than 3 miles across. Winds tend to be much stronger out in the middle of the sound, especially on a south wind. Current from tides is also a major consideration. Definitely avoid days with a big high tide/low tide differential, and be aware of tide shifts and times for the high/low. On a fin board the current can make it incredibly hard to get back to where you came from, especially if the wind drops and you’re not planing.

When a good north wind sets in, it can be very reliable and steady. I would look for a day like that versus the gusty and iffy south winds. The nice thing about a north is that Vashon can be your plan B and there’s a ferry to take you back to west seattle.There’s a boat ramp on the south side of the ferry dock that you can walk up. If while you’re on Blake the wind dies on you or picks up to more than you want, Vashon is a shorter crossing. 

A few local sailors here make a regular habit of checking in with Blake, Bainbridge and other points fairly distant. Of course they’re on foil and fly fast through variable conditions. One note from the crew who rounded Blake a year or so back was to make sure you know what Lowman looks like from a distance so you can set the right course. It gets puny from afar. Fortunately the ferry dock is clear, and going north of that is the massive Lincoln Park, and Lowman is a blip to the North of that. Things look different from a couple miles out, and a few degrees off on that kind of course is significant. 

And of course watch for the big boats. You can see them coming for quite a ways, but they come up fast and likely won’t see you and can’t alter course. Easy to avoid if you’re paying attention. 

Enjoy, Jason


Re: Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Evanne Howard
 

My first day out since October, some impressions….
1. My wetsuit has shrunk
2. My harness has shrunk
3. I saw only 1 other fin sailor. It was all wingers, windfoilers and kiters,
     made me feel like a relic.
4. I am very rusty, need more time on water.
5. Water was refreshing, I dressed for the swim.
6. Sailed for an hour. Not sore today so will go longer next time.
7. I expected more Canadians, maybe gas’s keeping them home?

I used 4.7M/88L Global wave which was just about right. The current wasn’t bad, but I expect it to become really strong in the next few weeks. Water seemed choppier than normal on far side. Chuck had fun skiing, Timberline had a few inches of fresh snow overnight (his back is improving). Next Sunday is the first swap meet of the season.
There is a new wind forecast site for the Gorge by “Victor the Inflictor”. We can always use more help figuring out the wind around here.  It is free, check it out….
image0.jpegimage1.jpegimage2.jpeg


Event Site Friday 20 May 2022

Glenn Reichenbach
 

Great sunny day at the Event site in HR today for Sailworks 5.4m NX, Backbone 400cm mast bottom half, Backbone 430cm mast top half, SB Team Set 900, 115+, 255(-2 shim), SB iSonic 127.  I think Correy rigged Flyer 5.2m.  Many other windsurf foilers and wingers and kiters.

--Glenn R.
_._,_._,_


Re: Giving away sails, boom, mast

Sergey
 

Sounds good Allen, I'll text you


On Fri, May 20, 2022 at 8:14 PM <thegeltzers@...> wrote:
Glad to take all off of your hands - I can pickup this weekend - Allen G - 206 218 7731


Re: Giving away sails, boom, mast

thegeltzers@...
 

Glad to take all off of your hands - I can pickup this weekend - Allen G - 206 218 7731


Giving away sails, boom, mast

Sergey
 

I'm giving away some gear that I purchased in 2016 to ease my way into windsup. The sails and the mast are still in a good shape, the boom is a bit beaten up.
Pick up in Kirkland.

Aerotech Windsup Sail 5.8M
Aerotech Windsup Sail 4.8M 
430cm composite mast
Alu boom etc.






Re: City League #3 May 18

Eric Eckstein
 

I ended up rigging a 4.4m^2 sail to a much-too-long 430cm mast, with many thanks owed to Darius for his technical, spiritual, and hardware contributions.  But it was worth it, holy cow!  I had my first waterstarts on Lake Washington go well, it was just like getting lifted up by some divine force.  And by about 7:30, the wind had calmed enough that I could make a couple flights on the new I-84 wing.  I'm glad to have survived the wind-happening without any hardware or bodily failures.  Greg, what can I say, you could have been famous had you just trekked back for your PFD!  (Or infamous had you not made it back to shore, but I'll just assume that you had plenty of safety margin left in you, because that makes me feel better.)


For Sale: 9.9M Sailworks NX Sail $280 #forsale

Nikolay
 

Hi everyone,

I'm selling my 9.9M Sailworks NX Sail for $280.
The sail is in pretty good condition. I have several similar size sails that it overlaps with.

Please email me directly if interested. Here is the craigslist link:
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/spo/d/seattle-99m-sailworks-nx-windsurfing/7486238181.html

Thank you in advance for your interest.

Nikolay


Price Reduced: Complete Infinity 76 Foil Set With Lots of Spare Parts

bbarry6186@...
 

Compete set as described below,  $600

 I-76 and Time Code 57 Wings      42 stabilizer and Switch Fuse
                                                       90 cm Aluminum Tuttle AND Plate Mount Masts 
                                                       $110 worth of spare parts and fasteners  
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I-76 Wing
42 Stab
Switch Fuse
91 Tuttle Mast      AND     91 Plate Mount Mast
+ Time Code 57 Wing

And

2 spare M10 x 45mm Titanium Bolts/Washers    (list $13.32 each)    for Mast to Board
2 spare M8x 50 Countersunk Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)  for Fuse to Mast
2 spare M8 x 23 Titanium Bolts  (list $8.88 each)   for Wing to Fuse
2 Spare Mast Caps  (list $23.32 each)  for Wing to Fuse with bolts above
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


All in great shape, being replaced with Slingshot Phantasm series.   



Re: Saturday PM @ Vantage

Rick Martin
 

If we get NE winds tomorrow, besides Vantage, there will be good conditions right here in beautiful downtown Richland.  Also, both Charbonneau and Port Kelley work well with the (extremely rare) NE winds.  All that said, the forecast looks pretty wimpy for NE winds tomorrow, as I read it.  So here's hoping.

The really good news is that by mid-week we will be getting some summer with temps in the 80s.  Finally ! ! ! ! !

Rick


On Fri, May 20, 2022 at 7:49 AM Guislain <glagron@...> wrote:
After Wednesday storm blast, nothing looks good this weekend, with the possible exception of Vantage, which is only 20min further out than Purdy, albeit in the other direction...

Given these rare NE conditions with good green 💚 winds and yodeling yellow 💛 gusts, I will definitely check in the morning before making the 2hr over.

FYI, with these rare NE winds, I would launch from Wanapum State Park, at the very southern end of the park, with plenty of parking, nice grassy downhill stretch to rig and carry your board so a small sandy crescent Beach ⛱.
Launching from Wanapum also allows the NE wind to descend from the Eastern basalt canyon cliffs over a distance of 3 miles.
This side of the river is also perfectly safe for filers.

Don't judge Vantage on this trip alone, and at least return when the consistent western thermos start establish themselves soon and throughout the summer..

Any takers?

Guislain

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