Romancing The Wind

A Blast From The Past

By Laurie Nadel

Everyone remembers the first time . . . like falling in love . . . the gentle kiss, on a summer afternoon, long ago . . . and the first rush, as you realize something wonderful is about to happen.

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Paul Hill: Keeper of the Flame

By Brian Thompson

In the spring of ‘93 I returned to LA from an extended job in Key West where I had converted to the religion of windsurfing. Desperately in need of a congregation, I searched the LA area looking for that special shop where I would meet my new windsurfing buddies.

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ROMANCING: Josh Stone

By Rose Scarola

Born in Kailua, Stone is the only true native Hawaiian on the professional windsurfing tour. Like the tires of his van, Josh’s feet are proverbially planted in Hawaiian soil.

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Terms of Endearment

By Pat Pawling

While my flat-water sailing has never been described as rhythmic or rapid, my wave sailing is lively, in the sense that a seven-car accident is lively.

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WindBlown LOVERS

By Brett Landry

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WindBlown WIDOW

By Joanne M. Pierson

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To Wed a Boardhead

By Alexandra Flood

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Peter Pan Syndrome

By Robert Mahood

What probably jars me the most as a senior windsurfer is the music on most windsurfing videos. Not matter what the boards are doing the music goes kablunka, kablunka, kablunka, kablunka.

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Birth of a Wind Junkie & the Woman Who Loves Him

By Alexandra Flood

"PUH-leeze tell me those three little words that mean so much to me."

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Kissing Time Goodbye

By Frank Saccente

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Is Windsurfing better than Sex?

By Ronald D. Adler

When you get tired or bored with your windsurfing equipment you can trade it in without ruining someone's life.

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Snap…Crackle…Pop!

By Henry Spencer

In case you didn’t know, the grocery store has become a widely accepted, time-honored and civilized place for that boy/girl thang to take place.

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How to Meet the Right Windsurfer

By Daryl Taylor

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