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Ray & Sandy Erps

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Weekend March 17th-18th
« on: March 12, 2007, 07:03:53 PM »

Between the weather and family obligations it's been a few weeks since we've been out.  We're going to remedy that this weekend, depending on the weather.  We may sneak out early on Friday to Coronet Bay then who knows where after that.  I've never been over to Sequim Bay before, which looks like it could be kind of a cool sail if the Strait's not blowing a gale.  Anyone else from the Anacortes area going to be out and about?  The floats still aren't in yet at James Island or Doe Island, so that means we have to tow the dink if we go further than Coronet Bay.
Ray & Sandy Erps,
'83, 41 Fraser "Nikko"
La Conner WA

Jack Hutteball

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Re: Weekend March 17th-18th
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2007, 08:51:53 PM »

Hi Ray,
We finially have our house back together after the tree fell on it during the November storm.  However, I do not have the sails back on the boat.  I took them off after watching a number of boats lose headsails during the high winds in the marina here at Skyline.  A precaution that I have never thought about before.  We are dedicating March as a month to get a few things done around here so that we can concentrate on sailing when the good weather breaks.  Hope to see you and your new boat out on the water one of these days.
Jack and Ruth Hutteball
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Anacortes, Washington

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Re: Weekend March 17th-18th
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2007, 01:32:39 PM »

Sounds like fun, but we'll be sailing on Lake Washington that Saturday with family.
Jay Guard, 1996 Catalina 380, #3, "Aquila", Seattle
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