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Old 03-23-2011
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Altho last sunday was a blast, 30-35knots, 3-5' waves in Puget sound......a few bloody knuckles, banged up forhead for one crew member, lots of soaked clothes due to spray..........

Race this weekend, following, then a few weeks off, then weekly races thru the end of August.......still not out enough! Usually about 30 days of racing, 7-10 daysailing or weekends........

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Summer has arrived early in Ireland this year, had lunch in Galway Thursday in 18C, so it could be a record breaker.
Got off to an early start despite losing the first three good weekends and hope to get out at least once a week from now till october.
A couple of long weekend cruises and a 3 week trip down the coast should see me add a couple of new ports to my log book.

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