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Bruce White
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for months I was told that the first lesson should be towing behind a boat.
I finally found the boat to do it with: a three or four metre inflatable with a 18hp outboard.
Towing a foil behind a boat
Towing a foil behind a boat
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Bushfire smoke in the sunrise
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Electronics to the rescue..
Wearing a watch - Suunto
Wearing a watch - Suunto
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next stage - Pumping!
Pumping
Pumping
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just using a surfboard this time - great to watch
(Not for old blokes like me)
Resources
Resources
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Yesterday's storm front at Long Reef
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Have some fun..
It is not about learning all the time.
Progress
Progress
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Stance, legrope and nose up.
(nose up because if I don't the foil is diving on take-off)
Just remembered that I am comfortable carrying the board and getting it into and out of the water - that is a start.
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Shoal Bay Country Club
a cosmopolitan venue (in) the Port Stephens area.
A quote from Travel Weekly:
http://www.travelweekly.com.au/article/big-fat-hotel-wrap-91/

"Under the major revamp of SBCC, The Kitchen, The Patio, Beach Bar, Cane Lounge, Sports Bar and Mermaid Café has been transformed by leading interior designer Rachel Luchetti from Luchetti Krelle, with the desire to recapture the hearts of the locals whilst appealing to holiday markers once again.

The award-winning design firm Luchetti Krelle are the masterminds behind a number of Australia’s high-profile restaurant and bar projects including Adriana Zumbo’s concept store, Zumbo, at The Star Pyrmont, Mode Kitchen and Bar in Sydney to The Byron at Byron Resort and the Food Court for Sydney’s CBD high-end MLC Centre.

Much of the country club’s original 1950s features were reinstated, but with modern improvements. The idea behind the charming renovations was to restore the club back to its former glory, drawing its inspiration from the vibrant beach culture of its heyday – back in the 1950’s."
..end quote..
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some amount of foil success
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