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From Ariel Harrington on Facebook on Sunday 2/21: To say that it blew like stink would be an understatement. A few boats turned back before the start of the first race and the rest of us dummies went for it! It was keep the boat upright and sort of head in the direction of the weather mark. We watched as a few teams showed their brass by raising their spinnakers and heading downwind. We decided to keep heading upwind which was in the direction of the club.
From Amy Smith Linton on Facebook on Sunday 2/21: Thanks Arial Harrington and the generous rest of the gang at Friends and...Continue Reading...
Here's a great photo by John Cole from the George Washington Birthday Regatta st Lake Eustis in Florida. There are 35 boats and after Day 1, the Lintons are in the lead! Day 1 was beautiful with shifty winds, and lots of action! Thanks Ariel Harrington for the updates on Facebook.
UPDATE - think we found it! Here's hoping!
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Onto the next chapter for #2573! She's always been a northern girl, originally from Winnipesaukee Sailing Center in New Hampshire. She then made her way down to Deep Creek Lake for many many years. Finally, after a factory refurbishment, she's heading south for retirement in St. Thomas where she will once again be sailed in a sailing school - this time by the local children of St. Thomas. It's a great organization and they're trying to start a fleet. Check them out and consider making a contribution towards their FS fleet...Continue Reading...