Day’s End

Roosevelt Lake’s Salome Cove at day’s end. I loved the idyllic single sailboat anchored in the background for the evening. They had the entire cove to themselves. So peaceful. Photo By: Eric Heaton

Like to Buy the Commodore’s Yield Boat?

Now that we have a new and reliable motor on the back of the club’s Boston Whaler, the board has decided it’s time to sell the old safety boat, the Commodore’s Yield, and they’d like to offer it first to club members. The lean description is that it’s a 2001 18-foot Alumacraft with a 90 […]

Week 4 of Racing at Lake Pleasant

Score one for Perfect. Saturday (11/4) was as close to perfect as sailing gets: breezy, generally unshifty, and comfortable temps. I hope you were there. Sunday started out as one of those drifter things, with lots of boats timing out on a first race. Then, as some boats were about to give up, the wind […]

Another Light Air Sunday on TTL

South wind wasping through the buildings on the south shore of the lake made it another light air weekend. Our respect for the sailors who had the patience to continue to “race.” Here are the results.

Lake Pleasant Weekend Three

Notice to everyone who raced only Saturday: You missed the best wind of the weekend. Sunday morning started with cresting whitecaps and settled into a pleasant 8kts, serving up a trip around Horse Island for the spins and three very quick Thistle races. (Thistles have a long-standing rule to race just three races per day.) […]