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... beat them both in Race 2, finishing first in our class on elapsed time. Another bright spot was our near-perfect start in Race 3. A YouTube video of this can be seen here: http://youtu.be/TIKaf92K74E
After the races, we made our first visit to the adjacent (and highly exclusive) island of Anguilla.
Wally and Patti remained with us for the passage back to the Virgins from Anguilla for ...
Good morning woke up blue sky a real summer day :-)
We had a great rest and will enjoy a workout this morning. Renn and Steve are picking us up with their boat later this morning and we will cruise to their summer place which is a 15 min boat ride from the Tides Inn.
I love this marina nestled in a arm off of the Rappahannock River it's a real country setting beautiful. I'll try and get some good photo's today.
Looking back at ...
... based on the pictures and their examination, that the stretching had been excessive over time, possibly caused by a bad lot of dacron. Dave would only have to pay for shipping expenses and some local loft labor to exchange hardware from the old sail to the new one. Pleased with this outcome, we also decided to have Quantum make a new sail bag for which we had previously received a quote.
In parallel with the Quantum activity, Dave ...
... record as much of this journey as possible in photos, words and memories. We'll see how well I can document it with the minimal amount of computer technology we will be bringing with us. My Nook Color reader (Hacked to all get out) will be the sole internet lifeline for our travels. Most of the places we will be staying will have Wifi available so I should be able to keep current. My new camera will be the window for others to track our travels and I hope ...
Today was our final sailing day of the season. We waited for fog to lift some before leaving our anchorage at La Trappe Creek. The fog returned in mid morning; we had to use the radar to pick out the watermen in their workboats that otherwise wouldn't become visible to us until we might be on top of them! The fog gradually lifted for good. In south winds 5-10 we found ourselves ...