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    Default Berkeley Midwinters 2016-2017

    For those of you wondering "what to do?" after the Vallejo 1-2, Here is the answer!

    http://www.berkeleyyc.org/race/2016-2017-midwinters

    We had a nice group of singlehanders last season with our own start on Sundays.

    See you out there!!!
    All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it is vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daydreamer View Post
    For those of you wondering "what to do?" after the Vallejo 1-2, Here is the answer! url]http://www.berkeleyyc.org/race/2016-2017-midwinters[/url] We had a nice group of singlehanders last season with our own start on Sundays. See you out there!!!
    Last year the Sunday series cost $80 and we showed up en masse. This year the Sunday series is $110. Wassup? Berkeley still gets its food from Costco, so it isn't the cuisine. I know that the yoghurt I buy is now in a smaller container for the same price, but the newspaper tells me there is no inflation. I'm confused. I'll ask Bobbi Tosse

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    "This year the Sunday series is $110. Wassup? Berkeley still gets its food from Costco, so it isn't the cuisine."

    It's just like the "deal" from the cable company, reel you in, then raise the rates.

    Might need some new bling for the committee boat.:roll eyes:

    Maybe there will be some exceptional trophies this year!

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    I'm going to miss the first one. We'll be in Spain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobJ View Post
    I'm going to miss the first one. We'll be in Spain...
    Nice! I know you will have a wonderful time even if you are not sailing. DM and I will be wintering in La Marina Grande. Berkeley esta demasiado lejos.

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    I signed up. Let's see if I can participate in most of them this year...

    Dirk "TIJD" First 30JK

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhusselman View Post
    I signed up. Let's see if I can participate in most of them this year...

    Dirk "TIJD" First 30JK
    Love that new sail of yours!

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    Yeehaa -Grace is in for midwinters.

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    Where did you indicate you wanted to be in shorthanded division? I'm not seeing it on there. I want to bring out Starbuck.

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    I didn't see the shorthanded option either. Last year, after the initial cut-off date, BYC's R/C sent an e-mail confirming whether we wanted to race S/H or D/H. I assume Bobbi will do the same again this year. Just be sure to sign up for the Sunday series - there are no shorthanded divisions in the Saturday series.

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