Stus-List more LF38's [was Rainproof case for iPad]

Rick Brass rickbrass at
Tue Mar 26 16:33:35 EDT 2013

Or come to North Carolina. 63 and sunny, 6-8 kt winds on Saturday. 68 on
Sunday. Southwest is cheap to Raleigh, We'll have brunch at the club and
then sail. I've just introduced my Admiral to Pain Killers, so there will be
refreshments (though I use Cruzan Black Strap instead of Pusser's).



Rick Brass

Washington, NC




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Come to Annapolis Sunday.  Temps in the 50s, southerly winds 8-10.  I plan
to shove off late morning.






On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 11:04 AM, Frederick G Street <fred at>

Up here in northern Minnesota/Wisconsin (almost Canada.), being on the hard
is an annual event as the water freezes solid.  Here's a satellite picture
of Lake Superior from almost exactly four years ago -- the area I primarily
sail is the grouping of islands near the western end of the lake:


So all the boats in the marinas are hauled out and put on cradles or
jackstands in the parking lot.  That means about 120 boats, mostly sail, at
the marina where I keep my boat.  It does get a bit crowded; you can
literally walk all the way across the large parking lot by stepping from one
deck to the next -- something like this, but a lot closer together, and with
much more snow:


I expect to launch sometime in May, with any luck -- but it's been a very
snowy late winter here, so it's hard to tell.  I'd be very happy to trade
boats with you for a while, since you're so looking forward to being on the
hard, and I'd love to be somewhere with warm water for a change.   :^)


Fred Street -- Minneapolis
S/V Oceanis (1979 C&C Landfall 38) -- on the hard in Bayfield, WI   :^(



On Mar 26, 2013, at 6:03 AM, Anthony Mitchell <archemyster at> wrote:

When do you think you will get off the hard? We will be up for a pretty
major refit after this stint as well, because the boat has been in remote
locations for a long time now and has been maintained out of suitcases. It
will be nice to get onto the hard for some serious work :)


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