When the wind comes...

PDQ issues applicable across all PDQ Yachts (or if you can't find a place for something, it probably belongs here for now)
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thinwater
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When the wind comes...

Post by thinwater » Thu Jan 04, 2018 8:52 pm

... sometimes the water goes away. A strong North wind can such the water right out of the Chesapeake Bay (this tide is about 4 feet below normal). Thank goodness for strong boats that take the ground well.

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Re: When the wind comes...

Post by amytom » Sat Jan 06, 2018 5:51 pm

Wow! Although judgeing from the white stuff all around you, your latitude is off by a few degrees. You’re supposed to sail south until the butter melts. ;)

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