Last night Public Television featured a program on Christopher Columbus. There was some great video of Cape St. Vincent, which frankly looked rather intimidating -- and that was in calm conditions.
This is nearby, in calm conditions. Not the friendliest of lee shores.
10-12-2007 09:04 PM
Giu...I can make you a good deal on a boat that doesn't pound in light weather like that! (g)
10-12-2007 08:06 PM
Glad to hear you're back safely.
Last night Public Television featured a program on Christopher Columbus. There was some great video of Cape St. Vincent, which frankly looked rather intimidating -- and that was in calm conditions. Fortunately I had already seen Fred's note (tell him thanks) about your arrival.
Looking forward to hearing the trip report when time permits.
10-12-2007 07:49 PM
Welcome back, even if briefly, and I can't wait to see the videos.
10-12-2007 07:44 PM
NO NO NO
I am here, well for a few minutes..
Had a splendid day with the family away from the boat, we went out for dinner tonight and now we're watching movies, while I try and get my ADSL crap to work..
I will come back soon, more towards the end for the month.
I have many videos and will post about the trip...we had a day of 30kts and 10 foot waves, and we were pounded like hell....
I also have made a few videos for the newbies...just need time as I have stuff to do...
10-12-2007 04:26 PM
G) He read the threads from when he was gone and is now preparing a massive photoshop event!
10-12-2007 03:53 PM
f) Fred is still 'debriefing' him and telling him what he did wrong.
10-12-2007 03:49 PM
e) His boom broke again and he's too embarassed to show up.
10-12-2007 03:31 PM
21 hours ago Fred announced Alex is back home and went to sleep.
No post from him since.
Folks, what do you think:
a) Was the trip so hard that he needs more than 21 hours of sleep?
b) He forgot Sailnet and is cheating us with some other forum
c) Alex does have a life besides Internet
d) He lost his Sailnet password