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Old 01-12-2013
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Fun January Sailing

I was able to get out sailing last sunday and hope to again tomorrow. Went out single handed and raced about an 8 mi course. Last Sunday was 49 and overcast here on the Southern Chesapease, chilly but fun! I have been having the races with plastic classics, Bristol 27, Alberg 30(me) and last Sunday a 3rd boat, Pearson Wanderer 30. Tomorrow should bring almost 6 boats as another Alberg 30, Columbia 26 and Sovern 30 plan to be out there having fun with us. I have finished last evertime....tomorrow should be no different

I posted some video on my blog and youtube(cruiser2b channel) if you want to check it out.

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Re: Fun January Sailing

Thanks...I needed that
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Re: Fun January Sailing

Nice quiet sail ,good to see the soft water! My boat and I are stuck on the hard till spring...Dale
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Re: Fun January Sailing

how did the Pearson do that day?
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Re: Fun January Sailing

No fun sailing here this month. More enjoyment reviewing the videos from July and August.

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