Saturday Lunch , Mike and Jon Chambers
Cathy Rakovan and Mark Rogge
Cara Sanderson Brown and Steve Gregory
Mike Chambers cuts small bit of ham for M. Zauggs sandwich
Ian Moran and Ernie Michaud, Ian"Let's not pull on that quite yet."
Ian, " I didn't think you could get your finger stuck in a sail track...."
Sue Michos and #1157
Jim House in his new #1127. Nate's butt.
Class President Chris Hennon....."how in the hell did I get the shroud through the finger hole???
Ann Roessner to the rescue
Race Managers Mike Fulton and Denny Dieball asking "When is dinner?"
Tom and Anne Joudrey leading at the first bottom mark.
Brent Barbhenne tells crew Jonathan Smith to hold on with both hands as he prepares to blast away back upwind.
Nate gives Ben a pat on the back for backwinding the jib and over trimming the vang all at the same time.
Ernie instructing Ian that he is steering his boat too close to the other boats.
Bill Buckles and P.J. Bloaski starting to get their MoJo.
Heading up the beat to the finish, Race One.
Charlie Bark just about to leap out of the boat having discovered that Megan has trimed both the jib and spinnaker through the jib lead.
New to sailing, Sweet Keegan Grange asking Zaugg...."why don't you worry a little more about your own trim problems...?
A rare photo, light conditions at Mohican.....
Reiber and Rakovan working the right side start of race 3.
Mike Parramore, yes, those are Thomas cut sails.......
Ian showing us how it is done.
Bridget and Joe making a great move up the fleet inside the run.
Brent, wondering if #558 could ever have a hull as smooth as #1159's bottom. Jonathan mis understood and thought Brent was asking about his bottom.
Ann,.."We just pinched him off didn't we...HeeHee."
Sweet Keegan...." Just a little closer and I can strangle them with this shroud."
Anne and Brother Tom Joudrey in #120.
At the start, race 4.
New members George and Dotty Matthews. They have just been told that by finishing all four races they qualified for the He-Man Sunday.
Megan McIntyre and Charlie Bark - Under a blue Ohio sky