Monthly Archives: September 2008

I haven’t got a clew!

Not any more anyway… It was blowing dogs off chains this evening, but I went for a blast as I had some new mods to try out. The result was this, but only after Alan Watson went for a blast … Continue reading

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Champagne Sailing – Almost…

I got down to Hayling on Sunday for a bit of time sailing somewhere that doesn’t involve forests of weed growing up from the bottom of the lake and it proved to be well worth it. Axebridge is normally mostly … Continue reading

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Flying High

As I’m not getting much sailing in at the mo (either too busy at weekends or can’t be bothered to tackle the weed at the club) I have been getting my wind-powered-sport kicks from a touch of power kiting in … Continue reading

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Wednesday sailing

Wednesday afternoons are still rolling on as the windsurfers at BCYC want to sail even if there is no racing. This means I can have most of the lake to myself and get some practice in. After a few hours … Continue reading

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Weddings and Funny Powerboats…

Not a lot of sailing over the weekend, as Bristol Mothie Chris Bishop was getting married to Laura Hitchcock on Saturday which meant lots of orange juices – (still not drinking, coming up to 6 years now and juice is … Continue reading

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