Fall days are popular for sailing. On September 12, the sun was out in full glory, winds played around at eight to nine miles per hour, and temperatures hovered in the mid-seventies. It doesn't get much better than that.
The fleet of fifteen Soling skippers managed twelve races, and only one weed was called. Don Cundy's weed was carefully scrutinized, measured, weighed and cataloged by Larry Gil.
The weed harvester was out when as sailors arrived, scooping out the forest living just beneath the surface. It might not have been all milfoil, but the result was impressive in the sailing area. A big thank-you to the milfoil commission and divers who did the work.
Finally, after several weeks, Al Posnack received his hard-earned third-place certificate for the spring series. With so many interruptions, no awards will be issued for the summer series, but the fall series looks promising.