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May 25, 2013 at 9:44 PM

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How low can you go at low tide?


ALAN BERNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Surf's up, though the tide is out for five guys from Kent who come to practice their skimboarding skills in a couple of inches of water in West Seattle. From left, twin brothers Justin and Jason Rodjanapanyakul, Tim Pettit, Trevor Stine and Andrew Moon. They are preparing for a competition later this summer. They said what they're doing when they use rails and ramps (note the rail at center right) is a cross between snowboarding and skateboarding. The low tide Saturday was a minus 3.3, one of the lowest of the year.

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