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September 04, 2012

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An educational, informative post. Saturday Afternoon, we were out in Jamaica Bay, West of the Marine Parkway Bridge, in an almost dead calm. Just as I was thinking about starting the engine to motor back to the marina, the wind whipped up into what I thought was a gust but was a full blow that let up a little but never died down.

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