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  1. #281
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    Nice video!
    Looks like it was a fun adventure

  2. #282
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    Thank you, Greg! There's a boat launch near the mouth of Tomales, perfect for ... what is your boat's name?

  3. #283
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    Stood on race deck in the windy cold, watched everyone blow out the harbor. Here's an itty bitty vid for you all

    https://vimeo.com/636675478

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    This storm is delivering as forecast. Here are two pngs from the RYC sensors. With steady wind in the high twenties and a couple of 42 knot gusts, the anemometer blew out.

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    NWS shows a 60 knot gust at Pt. Blunt and a 59 up on Grizzly Peak near Ed's place. Even Philpott wouldn't set a kite in this stuff!
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  5. #285
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    Default Happy new year!

    Gorgeous day on SF Bay today. None of the predictions held true. No clouds, warmer than forecast and a bit more wind, but there was THAT big ebb. Beware of those big steel red and green things motoring along at 2-3 kts. They suck.

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    Tom P.

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    Drove over to see Chris Case's new ride. What a beauty!

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    Here's his new FUGU. A Cal 40, she has so much boat bling it's blinding. New shiny stanchions, lots of Shaefer blocks, fairly new lines and ... most impressive to me, an electric windlass, made of shiny stainless. The stove is so new the handle is still wrapped in bubble wrap. Great, classic Cal 40 interior. Joni wants new cushions, so Joni will get new cushions. A composting head, and nothing in there smells. What? How is that possible? A beautiful tiller and brand new powerful bilge pump. Chris knows how to do everything, so it will be a lot of fun to see the upgrades FUGU will enjoy. In the meantime, here she is with her proud owner. Look for her name on the transom, ahead of you on the water soon.

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