>I've been in the Denver area for the past 5 1/2 years. Windsurfing Mecca
>it ain't. Mountain biking local trails (many accessible from my back
>door) and backpacking/canyoneering trips to Utah sorta displaced
>windsurfing. But I've missed it. And I'm e***d at the prospect of going
>back out. I expect to take most of the summer off from full-time work, so
>I'm not going to have any good excuses for not sailing.
ago it blew Saturday-Thursday 35 mph per day. Guys were so beat after
about Tuesday that when the real hit came on Wednesday a lot of people
were too beat for the 4.0/3.5 conditions.
Come out to Aurora Reservoir. No, it's not blowing there all the time
but the wind is by far the best there than anywhere else. Chatfield
sux no matter what, Cherry Creek's wind is so obsutrcted by all the
buildings and the water is so polluted that if you fall in and yo9u
have a cut you probably will not survive the swim into shore. Aurora
is out in the boonies, but the wind ain't all that bad.
Aurora gets pretty damn good wind in the spring, the summer last year
wasn't bad at all, and the fall last year was rad also.
No, it's not Maui, the Gorge, or even OK, or NM. But it's not all