Was hoping to get the CS34's cover on, but there was too much to do with ACE.
Jenny and me got all the sails off the boat, and cleaned up the insides a bit.
Michael Cullen came with his truck and we loaded all the sails in the back.
Jenny and I borrowed the club's Kubota tracker to drag the cradle over to the welding shop.
The threaded rods on the cradle are too extended and flex with the boat in the wind. We found some 2" pipe the we cut in 12" lengths for the back six pads.
Tony would weld them later after we went out for a sail.
We had to have the sails up and everyone on the low side to plough through the mud.
Wins were 5-6 knots from the SSE with a main and Michael's Asym.
We went about 2 miles into the lake, when gybed to the west, then gybed back to the habour. Not much wind, but we were to go over 5 knots the entire time.
Coming back, we took a different track closer to the docks and were able to sail right to the pump out dock without getting stuck.
Leon and Dave were at the mast crane taking their mast down.
All the remaining boats come out next Saturday, but I will be in BC!
Didn't have my GPS with me for stats or track.