I had the distinct pleasure of joining Seattle GiveCamp again this year. For those of you who do not know, Seattle GiveCamp is an organization that puts on an annual weekend hackathon in support of local non-profits. This year, Seattle GiveCamp 2019 supported 10 non-profits (see the list here) and there were about 100 volunteers,
Raced a Minto dinghy in the Dock Dodge- near tragic ending!
My buddy Robert comes down from Canada every year to volunteer at the Footloose Disabled Sailing Blake Island trip. Along the way, Robert participates in the famous Seattle Duck Dodge sailboat race in my 9 foot Minto sailing dinghy. This year I was able to get out with him. The theme of the race
Georgeous sunset sail
Had a fantastic sunset sail this evening. A few friends invited themselves along on what turned out to be a gorgeous evening. There was no wind, but we had a great time bobbing on the water and fellowshiping. Sadly this was also a going away sail for Alcane Clowe. Alcane is moving a few hours
Moving the boat to Seattle
Today was the day! After waiting many months zzZippety Doo Dah has finally moved to Seattle’s Elliot Bay Marina :). Zippey has been moored in Bremerton, WA since I purchased the boat in Everett, WA and sailed her down. Zippey is not only my first boat, I also learned to sail on her. The Sinclair