This years swansong

NealB

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Yesterday (Sunday).

For a change, wall to wall sunshine and a gentle breeze.. A day to make you remember why youbown a boat..

Indeed!

We saw you going through Burnham on Saturday, just as we were getting aboard our Comanche at Prior's.

We pootled out the Crouch, through the Rays'n, and anchored overnight a few cables west of the Buxey Beacon.

A real Magic of the Swatchways evening: stunning sunset, followed by a still, clear, star filled, night.

We sailed the anchor out yesterday morning, and completed a very gentle circumnavigation of the Buxey Sands, via the Swin, with a lovely beat back to Burnham.

I do hope you're wrong about it being the year's swansong!
 

Tomahawk

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Why havn't you mentioned before that you also sail a proper (flat) boat?
Obviously I notice your Comanche as we go through Burnham. Nice to know who sails her.

We took the sands to Bradwell and a visit to the Green Man. Came back across the Ray Sands with just .2 under the rudders. I will confess we chugged home. Toma seems to have a garden underneath and was going like a slug.
 
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