Sure glad this is an April Fools Day Joke Post.
Otherwise I'd be more than a little upset.
I'm just getting into some new aspects and issues involved in
light wind planing, so that's definitely not over.
As long as the majority (probably 90%) of the first time
sailors we get in the "A Taste of Windsurfing" program continue
to amaze us with their ability to learn most of the windsurfing basics
in < 30 minutes, we'll continue to teach them.
Thanks again to Sailworks, Trident Sports/Starboard, HPL/Powerex,
Streamlined, GSports Fins, True Ames Fins, Tangent Dynamics Fins,
Lessacher Design Fins, Epic Gear, and DaKine for their support
over the last 8 great years!
As you may have heard us say.... what we do is a passion.
No one could pay us to do what we do!
> After 15 years of heading up the Taste of Windsurfing Tour, Roger
> Jackson is calling it quits. "I've had about all the light wind
> planing ***and inquisitive students one man can stand," Jackson
> stated as he launched his shiny new jetski at Waves. "150 HP, baby,
> I'll show those windsnobs some Serenity."
> Meanwhile, Bruce Peterson and Starboard turned over the "Taste" tour
> to none other than Surfingsports' WARDOG and with windsurfing being
> cancelled last year, the tour will now be called Taste of SUP.
> The east coast leg will feature gear tuning classes by cosmiccharlie.