PHOTO GALLERY | Useless Bay, a kitesurfer’s playground

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

Justin Burnett/The Record — Here’s some shots of Edward Crawford charging Useless Bay on Monday afternoon. The 24-year-old Seattle resident says it’s the best place to kitesurf in Puget Sound, and that he comes here so often “my phone thinks I work here.”

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