RADIO MARBLEHEADS - Sunday 18 April 2021

A sunny day, which started with just enough breeze to give us hope, but giving us a stiff racing breeze by midday. David Redfern took by yacht, 44, after tea break, allowing me to take a few photos, with my feet up!

Most of us hit an underwater obstacle, near the lee mark, at some stage during the morning. It was probably a drifting branch, so Chris and Team tried to lasso it at tea break, sadly without success. Perhaps we will meet it again in future weeks!

Trawling for the Lakeside Monster

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