Home Page Discussion Forum General Windsports Discussion Rigging and Parking at Long Pond

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  • #4827

    windydoug
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    So Steve Pelman moved down the road, and his old place has new owners, with two young kids.  This is the brown house with white trim, big treehouse deck, and pool. He was discussing trees in his yard and I walked over.  HE was definitely giving the “what are these guys doing in my yard” look.  Understandable.

    Anyhow, he asked that we still apart our cars across the road, but so long as we use appropriate language, clean up after ourselves , and generally respect his property and space that we can continue to rig in his back yard.  He commented that the fishermen are the worst regarding trash.  I cleaned some up….Swisher Sweets aren’t my brand. Ha.

    Wd

  • #4838

    windydoug
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    Update:

    A State Trooper stopped recently to remind a group of windsurfers that parking along the road on the house side of Edgemere Drive at Long Pond is forbidden. He let the well mannered group off with a reminder but said tickets will be coming if we don’t park our cars on the correct side of the road (pond side) from now on. ALSO, remember to be respectful when rigging on the private lawns at Long Pond. Our community has been lucky to be allowed to rig there and in return do our part to use appropriate language, clean up any trash, and manage our gear space. Some of the home owners have turned over and have young kids so we should of course put our best foot forward.

     

    Wd

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