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2013 Vacation

Finally on vacation.
After a wet and cool spring and early summer, weather changed for the better.
Sailed a bit on Lake Ontario and stayed mostly around Toronto.
This year, we kayaked almost as much as we sailed.

Sailing along on Lake OntarioSailing along on Lake Ontario
Nice and sunny, good 10-15 knots breeze.

Docked at Hanlan's Point in the Toronto Island. Daughter and friend came visiting.Docked at Hanlan's Point in the Toronto Island. Daughter and friend came visiting.

Que Chévere (#466) under sail

Que Chévere (#466)  under sail

Pastel by Hipolito Torres

Wisconsin Newbie: She Didn't Land on US2 This Time

Wisconsin Newbie:  She Didn't Land on US2 This Time

This time I rode shot gun (with a different trucker) from Michigan to Pepin, Wi and we arrived safe and without mishaps. Spent weekend learning about the small but important stuff (how does microwave work, didn't realize there was a solenoid switch on electrical panel needed to allow gas from bottle to the stove, how does the water pressure system work, where is the thru hull valve for engine water intake - in the MOST difficult place possible!!!). Engine started up beautifully and tomorrow crane arrives to hoist the mast.

Sitting Pretty in St. Pete

Sitting Pretty in St. Pete

A great day here at Harborage Marina in St. Pete, FL on 2nd Unit

Nimue with new, longer boom

Nimue with new, longer boom

Here she is with long boom in place - but still the old 12.5' foot mainsail - winning the New Year's Day race in approx zero knots of wind. Finished ahead of a J/33!

Just found the new bigger main, not recut yet but its coming.


Mk I is a haven for snapper

Mk I is a haven for snapper

Moored at Ilot Laregnere in New Caledonia, South Pacific, these large fish made use of our hull as shelter... the island is a wildlife reserve - so there were no opportunities taken!

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