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Thnx, Smackdaddy and imasaluki!

imasaluki - you and your daughter have experience now, it will only get better!!

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Re: Hello!! Saling newbies from Kentucky!!

Imasaluki I hope you had some fun. It is a lot about attitude. Now that you know where to stay out of you will not get stumped Lol A few good hours can make up for a lot.
I did go to the WV race It was a lot of fun. Blue Grass bands and good food and company. Two days of racing. I think the boat I was on may have come in 3rd We had a few 2nd place finishes. It takes a lot to average out a slow race and we had a few of them also. We could not stay for the results as it was a 7 hour trip to get back when it was all done.
Cave Run Sailing will have the regional C-22 at Cave Run Lake this year that should be good time. We will also have camping and food at our Grand Annual Regatta for two days in Oct. Kind Regards, Lou
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Hello everyone!!!

Well, we did it. Today we finished up with ASA 103 and passed. Woo-hoo!! So now we have ASA 101 & 103. We learned so much and I now feel more comfortable with what we are doing.

GeometyTeach - I am so glad I listened to you and only did these two courses and did not try to do 104 as well, because like you said, by the end of day 4 your brain is on overload, and, you are just plum tired. We are looking forward to a good nights sleep tonight.

We are on the boat for one last night tonight. Then, it will probably be a week before we get back up here to use our new knowledge. Gotta use it or lose it. LOL

Hope everyone had a Super Sunday!!!
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Glad to hear it went well. We were on the boat last weekend. We can't get back up there until mid October.

Was Chip your teacher?
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Hey GemTeach - yes, Chip was our instructor. He just kept pounding the info in our head and we finally got it. LOL Unfortunately, our wind was very light, non-existent for 3 days. But, we still jibbed and tacked our little hearts out.

Let me know when you'll be coming in October. We will try to meet up with you if we can. So far we are busy Oct 5, 13?, 15, 19, then 29th thru Nov 6.

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We are not sure when we will be back up to the lake after Oct 13th. We are hoping for one more visit in November but do not know when exactly. Hard to believe the season is about over for us
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I know what you mean. It has been a short season for us. But, we are now able to spend a week or so up here. And I love Fall....hopefully it will be a long and mild one for us.

Just holler if you do come up...it would be nice to have some sailing partners.

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Good job on the 101 and 103. W2G!
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Thank you, imasaluki! It was intense, but fun at the same time.

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Re: Hello!! Saling newbies from Kentucky!!

Happy for you on the ASA 101 and 103 !! I think you will enjoy going out and using what you have done. I think you will find that if you take more classes. A break period between them is a good thing. You are looking for knowledge and practice of it. Time needs to pass to absorb it. You plan is working.
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