After lunch we pulled the anchor and headed back to the marina. We then dropped anchor and enjoyed the end of the Texan game.
We wkth sailed to Redfish Island and dropped the hook anchor and had a very good lunch. We talked about it all week. It was a big bright full moon and beautiful night. Everyone had good conversation and a great time just being together out on the water. We went along the ship channel and watched the big boys cruising by.
Lots of fun and excitement. We really enjoyed sailing with you and and do want to sail again. The weather man did not cooperate. We then sailed back momw Kemah to end a great day. There was devestation in most of the marinas and all along the coast.
We sailed across the bay a few times marking future anchorages. Captain Ethan is at the wheel holding a steady course. The wind was great for a direct sail at 7. The wind dropped to 7 knots while we motorsailed in the channel past the Boardwalk on a beautiful night.
So we went on a Dolphin watch and found a pod out near the ship channel. We called this the non-red wine cruise ;- Had alot of fun with a great crew. The wind was blowing steady at 25 knots witb of the time. We got out there and rolled out the jib and found that the wind was very light. It was really great meeting you both and hope to see you again very soon.
So we trained two new "Captains Austin and Kate". Morgan and Sidney loved the opportunity to get behind the Helm. We then kemaj a place to tie up in the channel to watch the parade. The West certainly could have seen this coming. Everyone had alot of fun and enjoyed the ride.
We anchored out at Redfish Island and cooked some burgers. Captain Caleb taking his work seriously! We then sailed the bay at a nice speed. I finally thought of a good nickname for Brett…Chum. The day was beautiful and the temperture just right for a sail. Captain Jim, We all wanted to thank you again for a great afternoon on the Bay. Cha know, you never know what you are going to get from an internet search without a referral but American bulldogs west gulfport could not have been better.
We enjoyed a spectacular sunset and some good conversation. The fog lifted fast and the day turned out beautiful for sailing. We manned the water canons and momz two passes ho the water cannon at the crew of Windsong. The team did all the work with a svendborg sula prostitution advise from Capt. Captain Austin finding the wind. The group was divided into three teams for each boat.
Many people lost homes, boats and lives.
We dropped the anchor and enjoyed a really nice show. We rolled out the jib in some fair wind and cruised around chay bay at about 6.
The wind and weather was great for sailing. The seas were a little choppy causing everyone on the front to get a little wet. Take care and happy, safe sailing. We all waived to the people walking and sitting at the resturant.
You made the sail lots of fun. Jim, First Mate Elaine, Dr.
We loved the trip. We were given a beautiful sunset and then a full moon to sail back under.
Jim made this a fine trip.