Saturday, December 08, 2018

First Practice

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Wings sets sail

We have our new carbon main up but we're using the old Kevlar #2 genoa.


Port Tack

This is why we love to sail here: It is drop dead beautiful.

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OpenCPN Track

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Sunday, November 25, 2018

Ready for Racing

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Winch, Under Construction

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Thanks Giving in the Street

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Monday, November 05, 2018

Haul Out Photos

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Old Views of Wings

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Winning in 1993

Going to windward at Whidbey Island Race Week

Swiftsure 1988

Swiftsure 1988

Swiftsure 1988

Fred & Judy-Jack and Jill Racing
We were terrors in the Jack and Jill Series in Seattle, and sometimes almost killed ourselves doing it.

Fred & Judy

We've got a few more photos floating around here somewhere (Ha Ha), we'll add them when we get a chance.

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Monday, October 15, 2018

San Sebastian

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Chrysler made it up the bumpy road

San Sebastian del Norte

Judy says, "Here we are"


Street of Dirt

Judy leads the Troup

Buying Silver

Saddle Man


Street Scene


Judy notices a little girl

Sweet seniorita


Fog shot

Pink Leaves

Flower and Leaves

Purple and White

Pink Flowers

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Four friends

One of the main objectives was to try this restaurant, the Jardin Nebulosa. They make craft beers so we went for a drink in the afternoon, then returned for dinner. It was very good. Thanks to John and Elinor for suggesting it to us, and thanks to Monica for the tip.

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More Bag Art

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Working on Bags

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Measuring kites

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Pack iy folded

Folded or rolled, you can save space. Compared to a stuffed spinnaker, it takes up half the room this way. We now have five racing spinnakers, and several jibs, plus the cruising sails, (and three mains) we need to save space. If we ever went cruising again, and we weren't planning to come back, with our bigger sail inventory, it would take some creating packing to get all of them into the boat and put away, out of sight and off the cabin sole. We did it before for 55,000 miles, but now we have more sails. Guess we'll stay here.

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Here they are, new bags, make the sails look nice


Dock cart to the boat

I love this bright bag

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Sailing Again

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