Without resorting to saltier, piratical language, I just have to vent my frustration at missing the Summer Sailstice event, a worldwide sail-in hosted locally at Lake Eustis, just East of Leesburg, Florida. Unpredictable weather, along with some emergency dental work held us up…. and I was really looking forward to going, participating in the largest concurrent sailing event in the world, and meeting folks from the WCTSS and Watertribe. Ahh, well….. I’ll just have to wait for the next WCTSS event. In the meantime, I’ll be tapering battens for the main with a palm sander, sponge sanding blocks, and a wee bit of that aforementioned sodium chloride enhanced language.
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