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Late in posting this, but we had another regatta weekend last Saturday and Sunday where we came out on top! This one was the “III Trofeo de la Hispanidad” organised by the “Real Club Astur de Regartas“.
We enjoyed two days of windy racing, 15-20 knots and waves, serious surfing with the kite downwind! The beats were a bit of a slog, and we were all hurting afterwards! But it was great!
The final blast home on Sunday was unforgettable, the fastest we’ve been in one of these. So fast we were dead downwind and still couldn’t keep the kite full all the time, the apparent wind went so far forward so quickly as we accelerated! Awesome!
So, we managed to get results of 2, 2, 1, 2 to clean up with 5 points after a discard.
I will try and find some photos, as there were a couple of people out spectating with cameras.
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I donâ€™t beleive heating the breeze is a great use of our natural resources.
Quite! Thats what jumpers are for, right Dad!?
Stu Downes on patio heaters.
Just a grumble as my wisdom teeth are giving me a bit of hassle at the moment 🙁
Hope it’ll pass soon.
Yet another storm, today we have had 120+ km/h winds. The sea was quite a sight this morning. Hope it’ll calm down overnight though, as its not particularly pleasant going outside!
The hurricane formerly known as Gordon got quite a bit of news over here during the last few days, and we actually saw some of it this morning for about half an hour as the wind picked up to quite a force. Galicia took the brunt as the storm headed north towards Ireland, with winds recorded upt to 180 kmh. As far as I know, no-one was badly hurt, though some buildings were badly damaged.