GARY the only one to get consistently good results (worst of 3rd?) after that it was pretty much a mess that only pond sailing can cause. Matt 2nd first two races 5th and 6th! but got ANGRY and won some Tim 3rd and did a horizon job this morning Neill 4th but started the series in style BIG red 5th and earned the title of only swimmer for the series Peter Nikiten 6th should of braught the chook magnet :p Bill 7th tooo much talk of Taipans :p Trevor 8th (as previously indicated) but he had company! And Philip made quite a splash today with a 5th and a second.
Mosquito 1750 Bonnie-GLYC / Peninsula
The plan was simple.... Like my brother in law Phil, except this plan just might work!
Pete and the crew who managed the races, Thanks and well done. It was all with no fuss and plenty of flexibility in races and waiting for the conditions. I think everyone had a bit of fun and competition.
I always say, if you are on the wire with one hull up there is nothing to complain about.
I just thought you had more photo's when we where under spinnaker passing the finish line on Saturday afternoon when there was more wind. I was serious about people getting the wrong impression, because there was enough wind to make boat handling under spinnaker exciting at times.
Regards Gary. Mosquito 1830 All opions expressed in this post are mine and mine alone, no assumptions should be made regarding any Associations or Clubs I may be a member of.
The better photos were taken on Saturday when the wind was stronger. I have passed the full size files of these photos on to Tim for use on the website etc. Just to keep you going, I have added the one below.
Mossie 1822 The Unsent Letter Put one foot after the other, cos that's how we roll.