It was uncommonly windy all day. Unfortunately, there was so much north in the wind that it was very unstable. I used my 7.0 m^2 rig (one size smaller than my usual 8.5), but in the gusts this was still a bit too much. I spent more time in the water than standing on the board, but it was still a worthwhile session. Here are some representative stills and a condensed video. (Oops, I mounted the GoPro cam too far forward on the boom end.)
June M. had windsurfed several decades ago and is interested in picking it up again. The first (left-hand) video shows June in her first lesson, on August 23. She made rapid progress: The next one shows her working on pivot-jibes in her next lesson, on August 29. (Sorry about the flaccidity of the sail; I keep forgetting that the downhaul tension of this sail works itself loose.)
This is Bill vdB, sharing little vignettes of windsurfing on Sayers Lake, in Howard PA. and sometimes elsewhere.