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Story and Photos By Tim JonesBoston HeraldAugust, 2006 Do you have an dream that you've put on hold for too long? Something you'd like to try for the first time? Something you did a long time ago, gave up for what seemed like a "good" reason and are longing to try again? What are you waiting for? August is half over; summer's ending. If your dream involves warm weather, you either have to move soon or postpone for yet another year. Believe me, it's much better to fulfill a dream than postpone it. I have a confession: I purchased the...

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A novice braves the waves for an afternoon of windsurfing By Stephanie BergeronCape Cod TimesJuly 2, 2006 The Bible says that Jesus walked on water. I prefer to glide. On a warm June afternoon, I conquered physics as I windsurfed atop the glistening waters of Gull Pond in Wellfleet. My two-hour lesson was with Eric Gustafson, owner of Fun Seekers, a Wellfleet-based company specializing in surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding and kayaking. After a brief land lesson on wind direction and surfing posture, I headed into the cold water and onto the board. Windsurfing boards are very buoyant, so getting on top...

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Kiteboarding offers new kind of exhilaration for water sport enthusiasts By Pru SowersOuter Cape LivingSummer 2005 Cathleen Creedon is being dragged through the frigid waters of Duck Harbor in Wellfleet. Four nylon cords tie her to a 20-foot-long kite straining high over her head. The wind is fierce. A two-way radio strapped to her shoulder crackles with instructions But there is nothing she can do except hang on and yank at the cords, trying to control the dancing parachute-like kite above her. This is sport. Perhaps a bit extreme, but nonetheless a growing sport on Cape Cod, where the winds...

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People with challenges are conquering windsurfing - and their own limitations By Jill Taylor - Palm Beach Post Staff WriterThe Palm Beach PostSunday, March 11, 2001 STUART - The sensation of the breeze, the light spray of the river water, the gentle creaking of the mast, the slap of the water against the board. The sensations of windsurfing are not just for the wonderfully athletic or amazingly agile among us. Even those with disabilities - the blind, the physically and mentally challenged - can experience the sport with a little guidance and the courage to try. To that end, Ross...

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