DF65's December 22nd_'21

Updated: Jan 10

After a few slow races along the foreshore and back, the sou'easterly breeze allowed

for some offshore sailing out to marks #3, 4 and 5 in various course layouts.


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1st Place - JB, helming #02; 2nd Place - CS, on #162; and 3rd - RD, sailing #94.

Seasonal trivia quiz! A provincial, vintage name for a wooden-boat patch, formed in metal (copper) or timber (ply), applied to a tender's, timber? Clue: Partly rhymes with seasonal

fruit offering.

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