Have had a few complaints regarding lack of blog postings, so will try to throw up a couple of quick summary posts now with lot’s of pictures.
I sailed with Gibb Kane and Ted Madera on Mutiny, one of five NYYC 42’s to enter the race. Gibb and Ted were kind enough to ask a couple of other Morpheus regulars (Rob Moore, Joe McCoy) along for the ride.
While the race didn’t ultimately turn out well for us, we sailed with a good group and hopefully learned some lessons that will pay off in the future.
We’re not sure, but perhaps over time, our memory of the race itself will fade enough that we might even do it again.
Anyway….a quick summary via pictures…
Lyn dropped us off at the NYYC
Where we enjoyed a few cold beverages
I slipped into tour guide mode and we made a couple of stops along the way.
And, our second stop was one of my long time favorites, the White Horse Tavern which claims to be the longest continuously operating tavern in the United States. A great spot!!