A hot and unsettled westerly breeze greeted the fleet, with the forecast being souwest and slowly swinging to norwest through the afternoon at 10-15 knots before the southerly change coming a bit before midnight. The high tide 11.30am was a true king, and the 3 works up to Morrisons were significantly affected by the ensuing rush-out.......
We were greeted by a pleasant ENE breeze, however as the day went on it built to become fresh moving between NE and East. A fleet of six boats lined up in Division 3, Farrago, A Fine Balance, Xena Warrior Princess, Wind Falls, Firefly and an ever improving Memphis.......
A light and variable breeze greets us at the start of the PRSC race for Saturday 10-12-2016.
Starters for today are Len and Karen and they are at the club early.
On the AOE, Jim is unable to join us today as domestic home duties has him replacing the kitchen for his beloved. We have recruited wisely though, today we are sailing with the old master himself, Jim Sin of Abbotsford and skipper extraordinaire.
Lola takes message from Carl. “Tell Ron to be at club before 12.00 as it is an early start Long Harbour Course”. Lola also wants to be dropped off in the city. Ron rushes (he is not used to this), drops Lola off and reaches PRSC at 11.28 (also not used to being this early). Ron immediately notices something different about the club, the rubbish bin that normally stands next to the recycle bin is missing! A forensic search of the club is launched but reveals nothing........