I arrived late in the afternoon on Friday and immediately rigged up to sail away the road dust. There was a light breeze, the water was warm, and any fatigue from the drive quickly washed away.
|riding the rail|
As I fooled around doing some freestyle I was reminded what a privilege it is to have a windsurfer, to rig up in a matter of minutes and be on the water —presto! Experiencing and interacting with a new locale.
I sailed to shore, pulled my Windsurfer onto the bank and walked a few steps to my campsite, nice.
More people showed up and by Saturday morning registration there was a group of sailors, spouses and kids.
I brought 4 Original Windsurfers and all got used, we had our own fleet.
Winds were light with some nice puffs and wind shifts blowing thru.
Six races were held. Lunch and a BBQ dinner were provided (great food thank you Carl!) and campfire at sunset.
Race results are listed on MOWIND.
|Coming out of a jibe, regatta site in background|
|more fooling around...Body Dip!|
|Original Windsurfers on course|
|Original Windsurfer Class: Robbie with son, Ted and Joel.|