Friday, January 16, 2009

And I Ran, I Ran So Far Away

Still gazing out my window dreaming of soaring the seawall. For now, I can only watch jealously as the seagulls get to play without me. I might be willing to give it a try if the wind wasn't so gusty and crossing a bit out of the north. It is a pity though, it's not so often that it blows this hard off the water :-( Where's Bo when you need him...he could do it!!


Anonymous said...

I get the reference, let's see how many others do.

Timothy said...

Duh! Who DOESN'T know that song. And whatchu hiding behind? No guts?

Anonymous said...

who's hiding? I ain't got no blog to be able to sign in with a name.

Everyone knows the song but why is it the title? I'm guessing you know why.

BTW, if you're the Tim I met while I was recovering from pnuemonia and driving on 3 wheels on the turnpike, how are you?

Anonymous said...

Hi Jamie, You want it smooth, but five to fifteen degrees cross one way or the other helps for that first up wind turn in tight, once in the lift band look for a sweet spot to make the downwind turn.