A River Runs Through It (11/4/12)

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The first day of frostbite racing for the 2012-2013 season started a little late on Sunday while folks got their boats and rigs down to the dock. Ray P. brought his new (well, new to him) Sunfish to join the fleet, and Beth rejoined us after several years of absence due to grad school.

A river of light air ran down the course for the entirety of Sunday's racing, leaving skippers searching for the best wind and the favored tack. Boats on a solid layline one minute would be in irons the text.

Wind N-NW 4-10 knots
Air temp: 55° F
Wind chill: 55° F
Water temp: 57° F

Skipper \ CourseScore
3Ray P.242311
DNCdid not competeDid not attend the race or did not come to the starting area.
DNSdid not startSailed in the starting area, but did not cross the starting line.
DNFdid not finishStarted the race, but did not cross the finish line.
DSQdisqualifiedFinished but not scored, perhaps due to a rules violation.
RAFretired after finishingVoluntarily withdrew from the race after finishing, perhaps in response to a protest.

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