SAILING THROUGH LIFE

This is in response to those who asked:”Who are you?” It is a least a dimension.Boats have always been a part of my life. Naturally interwoven with the story of Newport.

SAIL FOR HOPE OCTOBER 2

Rambler crossing Siren

still holding off the competition
Beavertail

Beavertail, out of time

   My computer went in for repair on Friday. I could not believe how lost I felt without it. Even registering for the “Sail for Hope”, sailed on saturday was done via the internet. There is an expectation that everyone is connected.
    The Tropical storm passed and a front filled and brought a strong northerly. Saturday morning the Wind was still fresh from the northwest, however dropping throughout the day.
   I sailed with Peter Cassidy on his New York 32 “Siren”. A wonderful boat, built in 1936, and likes a breeze. We did well getting to the north end of Conanicut Island (Jamestown). This northerly was very shifty and dying. The Tide chart indicated that the tide would be flooding until 3:30 pm. That was not what we saw.   The time limit ran out for most of the competitors, but it was a wonderful day on the water.