Today had both light winds and some stiffer breezes to give us enough wind to get off two races. The WL2 course was set for both races by PRO Bill Ross with wind primarily out of the SE. Great racing is inevitable great meal and fellowship. A little whiskey tasting on the side won't hurt.
If anyone is coming from out-of-town and would like to have a tour of the Flying Scot factory, just a few minutes from Deep Creek Lake, drop me a note at email@example.com and we'll set it up. The factory closes at 4pm, so we'd need to do it no later than 3pm.
Greg ShaferCaptain, Fleet 6
Registration must be postmarked by July 17 to get discounted rates. Don't forget to take your US Sailing and FSSA discounts! Looking forward to seeing you at the 20th anniversary Sandy Douglass Regatta!
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