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Spring is here and I’m seeing more people at the club working on their boats every day. Kai and I have been busy working on the new Gin pole and boat parking.
Boat slip assignments are complete and they will be posted the on the race shed board by 3/28/19. Boats in the parking lot that are double parked please remember that the person behind you may want to get out before you.
Please have your boats clear of the car park areas by 4/28. The work lot next to the harbormaster shed also needs to be cleared by 4/28. if you are currently working on your boat in the work lot and need it there longer, please contact me. If you do not remove your boat by this date it will be moved for you and you may not like where I put it.
There are several boats on the beach by the junior shed. These boats need to be moved by 4/24 for junior regatta. If they are not moved by that date, I will have to move your boat you may not like where I put it.
Water is on at the power sprayer as of 3/28. When launching and retrieving your boat please keep safety first and work with the buddy system. This will make for a safer boating season.
If you would like to earn some work credits please contact me. I have plenty of projects (large and small) that need to be done.
The Harbor is Frozen
Fall is here and sailing season is coming to a close. Lets all keep safety in mind when pulling our boats and always try and work with the buddy system. Winter parking starts October 14 at 3 PM after the Hornback regatta is done. At this time the beach the seawall and car corrals are open for boat storage. Please remember to park your boat trailer close to the boats next to you. Any more than 3 feet between boats is a waste of precious lot space. Remember this is the time of the year that the water level drops quite quickly. If you have not checked on your boat in a few weeks you may want to go check on it as it could be sitting in the mud. Work credits are available for some much needed jobs. Please contact me for information.
With August gone and September here, sailing season is coming to an end so make sure to get out on your boat and enjoy some of the best days of the season while you can. If you are still looking for work credits, now is the time to get them. We still have several jobs that need to be done. One in particular that I would like to see done before the end the season is water sealing the dock that was replaced last year. Everything that is needed to get this job done is already at the club. All that is needed is you and a willingness to work and earn work credits. Winter storage is coming upon us quick. Please remember there is no trailer parking or boat storage in the car corral or on the beach until after the Hornback Regatta and Chili-cookoff. That means no earlier than 3 o’clock on Sunday, October 14. If you feel the need to get your trailer out of storage early please park in the boat parking lots.
Hello to all at the club. I hope you’re enjoying your summer on the lake. First a heads up to all at the docks. The water level has dropped a little bit in the last month so if you are in a shallow dock you may want to go check your Keel and make sure you’re not on the bottom.
Once again I’m asking anyone who is not using their dock for the season I still have a waiting list of new members wanting a dock.
Anyone that needs work credits can contact me we still have plenty of odd jobs around the club that need to get done.
Dennis Robertson (317)339-7371…