Being the Continuing Adventures of a Woman and her Trusty Kayak in New York Harbor, the Hudson River, and Beyond.
(with occasional political rants just to keep things lively!)
Beautiful. I've been toying with the idea of getting something similar to a Sunfish for days when I can find a crew. A little worried it might lead me down a very different path and would never want to leave the path I'm on. Anyway, looks like a glorious day!
Vicki and I were driving along the Belt Pkwy Saturday afternoon, saw small sailbaots out in the Bay, and just knew they had to be from Sebago,
Ciao from Italy=^.^=
Sun, sail and sky. Gorgeous and glorious.
I love the photos....but it's still summer. Wednesday, Sept. 22 is the Autumnal Equinox....then it will be Fall. Live here, live now! ;)
Joe's right, it should be the Summerfall series. BTW Joe, I thought of you on Saturday - one of our newer sailors has a Byte. And Holly keeps reiterating that the regatta is open to Force 5's, if there are actually any out there!
Hopefully we'll avoid a summer frost tonight!
Indian Summer is a beautiful thing.
39 degrees in Stormville this AM. The leaves on my maple trees started turning last night. Best sailing on the Hudson is now till end of Oct.Dennis G
Dennis G. Moonstruck, we'll be racing every Sunday if you & any of your Cedar Point friends care to come join in!Pandabonium, we've got a funny case of greener grass going on here. I look at you & K having so much fun in your lovely little Lido 14 & wish I had something in which I could take out TQ!
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