Windsurfing in Humboldt Bay 

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Bodhi Portugal makes a long run out into Humboldt Bay toward the Samoa Bridge while following the channel marker posts.
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You can see the unusual surfboard made of wood in this photo of Bodhi Portugal windsurfing in Humboldt Bay.
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Bodhi Portugal, a professional windsurfer based in Nicaragua, shows off his relaxed style while approaching a fast tack moment. He attached himself to the sail with a harness to use his weight to counter the force in the sail.
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Bodhi Portugal was all smiles while recounting his joy in watching his 77-year-old father, Peter, take his turn windsurfing on Humboldt Bay.
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Peter Portugal prepared his windsurfing sail and board prior to his first run on Humboldt Bay.
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Peter Portugal showed some strong windsurfing skills in the strong winds on Humboldt Bay.
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The cold water and 20+-mile per hour wind made for some serious wind chill conditions for Peter Portugal in his wet suit, as well as challenging windsurfing conditions.
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The 77-year-old Peter Portugal recounted how he first took Bodhi out windsurfing when Bohdi was 10 years old.
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Bodhi Portugal created some serious speed while wind surfing in high winds blowing across Humboldt Bay.
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Bodhi Portugal demonstrated his professional windsurfing skills in high winds blowing across Humboldt Bay as he used a harness to use his weight to counter the force in the sail.
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Bodhi Portugal made a downwind fast tack 180-degree turn near the shore to head back out the deeper channel in Humboldt Bay.
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Photo by Mark Larson
Bodhi Portugal makes a long run out into Humboldt Bay toward the Samoa Bridge while following the channel marker posts.

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