Sailing Hatseflats
A 15ft Pram for Dinghy Cruising
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20190821

The plan was to go to Snowhill Creek. We left at two hours after low tide. We did not make it that far as we saw familiar faces on the beach near East Head. We met up with Alastair, Graham and John Lidstone in Wayfarer, the Welsh John Hughes. We celebrated my birthfay on the beach with muffins and then sailed back to Cobnor. As I drove the car and trailer back to Sea Park, I damaged the mast and mast gate near the trees near the entrance. This made me feel very stupid, but the singing of Happy Birthday later at the barbecue was a big consolation.

20190821_IMG_0668.JPG Barbecue