Re: [bolger] Re: WDJ Sailing on Youtube
- Your footage show so well the virtues of the design, where a family can enjoy the day spread all over the boat from the cockpit, over four different bunks, perhaps even the modest bow-well.
Very good to see.
Of course, “I already knew this...”
Good idea! I will ask my son who is more skilled with cut and paste than I am to connect the clips. I didn't have a GPS this weekend and could not log the speed. However, last year I logged 7 knots! I was alone on board, quite scaring actually. THis weekend we were 7 aboard. Not crowdy at all.
--- In mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com, <philbolger@...> wrote:
> Good ride for me from this far
> I like the first few and #6 best as they show her underfull sail and then her characteristic below-decks âBIRDWATCHER-styleâ life for the less âsailing-obsessedâ. A real family-outing, with all that âcrewâ spread out throughout her, each doing was seems best. Makes for peaceful cruises.
> What was your maximum speed ?Altenburger, PB&F
>Sunday, June 09, 2013 11:13 AM
> From: philbolger@...
> Subject: Re: [bolger] WDJ Sailing on YoutubeNorge.
> Good to hear from you and ESMERALDA again, all the way from
> I am glad that you two are âstill togetherâ...under YouTube policy apparently now allowing well over an hour of video to put these short pieces into one bigger one. It seems we are off on a lovely cruise. Except, we have âjump in and out of itâ so often.
> Looking at the first two very short videos, would it not be possible
> Iâll âjumpâanyway, but...
> Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
> From: bjharbo
> Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2013 11:04 AM
> Subject: [bolger] WDJ Sailing on YoutubeHello Group/List,
> I have not been here for a while. Here are a few clipsfrom this weekend's trip on the Oslo fjord (warning: all comments in Norwegian. The pictures will have to speak for themselves):