Sunday on Narragansett Bay has the promise of big doings. The schedule is full but it’s still early in the season so we wake up to almost white out fog conditions. Committee boats are out to set up races before the fog starts to lift but lift it does. Always busy on Sunday but no more so than today. Small boat races are in the Bay – maybe five scattered about. The big boys have their own race set up outside Castle Hill, outside the Bay. You see a bunch got together and decided to race to England. (http://www.transatlanticrace.org/)

This area’s typical summer southwest wind sea breeze filled in nicely so racers big and small enjoyed a good day on the water. All that is needed to complete the day is to be able to retire to one’s favorite club to replay the races. Sea breeze is now down. Fog is back. That’s OK because we know how to get to our favorite club.

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