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Old 09-23-2013, 09:25 PM   #197
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:15 PM   #198
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I don't think adding to the list came out right. Anyway, we're up for Casini in the fall, but curious about Jackson in the Spring, might it be chilly there at that time of year? Otherwise, we're game, count us in.
1: It's cold in the fall, that's why

I have a big a$$ fire!!

2; Scott- are you believing Jimmy!!! tied at 8 on the race course..
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:13 PM   #199
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1: It's cold in the fall, that's why

I have a big a$$ fire!!

2; Scott- are you believing Jimmy!!! tied at 8 on the race course..

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Old 09-23-2013, 11:19 PM   #200
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Anyway, we're up for Casini in the fall, but curious about Jackson in the Spring, might it be chilly there at that time of year? Otherwise, we're game, count us in.
I'd be up for Casini in the fall when there's less risk of torrential rain.

Spring in the Sierra foothills brings out the wildflowers. That could be gorgeous!

The question is: Would we do the switch by doing two Casini Rallies (Spring and Fall) in a row, or two Jackson rallies (Fall and Spring)?
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:55 AM   #201
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1: It's cold in the fall, that's why

I have a big a$$ fire!!

2; Scott- are you believing Jimmy!!! tied at 8 on the race course..
DG,

I believe! I BELIEVE!!!

Wow, jimmy may just pull this off, but it is 8 to 6 (remember we started down 2 points). I am definitely drinking the Cool Aid, and it tastes soooo gooood! Great sailing and great TV coverage. We have been watching on NBCSN and on xssailing.com, we haven't missed a race yet, and if,....if we can win the next 3 races.....

Aall I can say is WOW, what a great after guard he has a the back of the boat and a fabulous crew on the rest of the boat...
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:03 AM   #202
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ANOTHER 2 wins today. Jimmies first start "parked" the Kiwi's, then they went on about their way. Race 2 Jimmy and crew trailed at mark 2 to then waste the Kiwi's on the beat. won by about a thousand meters!!! Holy Moly. USA 10-Kiwi-8. Tomorrows one last race is for all the marbles! ! Hopefully we'll witness the GREATEST comeback of ALL sports events ever. Who'ld a thunk it.
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Sometimes you just have to tip your cap to the guy with the $41 Billion in the bank and let him have his way... IT is amazing to watch the races and see how one teeny screwup can mean a 500 yard swing in position, especially when the boats are flying at 40 mph+.. Announcers aren't talking much, but there appear to be BIG differences in jibs being flown, and USA Oracle seems to have picked up a ton of boat speed in recent races.. At that level, an extra knot of boat speed can overcome some poor tactics and sailing skills.. <Sorry - more America's Cup talk, but the races are just so darned incredible, compared to old 12 Metre snoozefests 15 miles offshore in New England.. >
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Old 09-25-2013, 12:39 AM   #206
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ANOTHER 2 wins today. Jimmies first start "parked" the Kiwi's, then they went on about their way. Race 2 Jimmy and crew trailed at mark 2 to then waste the Kiwi's on the beat. won by about a thousand meters!!! Holy Moly. USA 10-Kiwi-8. Tomorrows one last race is for all the marbles! ! Hopefully we'll witness the GREATEST comeback of ALL sports events ever. Who'ld a thunk it.
Glad we have a DVR so I could watch the races after I got home from my meeting tonight. Really glad I didn't login to the forum until after we watched the races so I didn't see your spoiler post. This has been a great AC match up. Hopefully Jimmy and his crew can put together another good start and some fast legs up and down the course to keep the cup here in the USA. it's winner takes all, let's go racing!
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John, yup The Oracle night crew has been working it , I'ld like to be in their compound around 2 am, the smell of carbon fibre and epoxy kicking off just gets me going!So far they have been issued a updated certificate every day.
Scott; spoiler post? sorry buddy, but don't you have the America's Cup App?? Having to rely on the Hoppah is a tedious way to stumble thru current events.
I think we should have some AC-72 replays at JRRV!! That could be fun.
Todays wind speed forecast is for 21kts. perfect WSW
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John, yup The Oracle night crew has been working it , I'ld like to be in their compound around 2 am, the smell of carbon fibre and epoxy kicking off just gets me going!So far they have been issued a updated certificate every day.
Scott; spoiler post? sorry buddy, but don't you have the America's Cup App?? Having to rely on the Hoppah is a tedious way to stumble thru current events.
I think we should have some AC-72 replays at JRRV!! That could be fun.
Todays wind speed forecast is for 21kts. perfect WSW
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Again.... WOW, what great racing. Really can't compare viewing that event on a small iPhone screen vs. watching it on a 55" plasma screen. They should win an
Emmy for the coverage we got to watch. See you all soon at JRRV, and I think watching the AC-72 replays are a great idea. All we need to do is login to xssailing.com on your Mac laptop computer, hookup AppleTV to your new 70" Ultra High Definition TV you are going to purchase on your way to JRRV, open the Mumm's champagne I will bring, then sit back, relax and enjoy.... If you ever ask Becky how to spell "Fun", her response will be "W - I - N". Here is to winning the 34th America's Cup!
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Scott;
We watched the final today with Dee (Warbler5)at her place on the big screen. Pounded down a few cold ones in the process.
Whats wrong with just watching the replays on youtube? at any rate bring the bubbly, we can figure out the rest at a later time.lol
Todays race was a carbon copy of yesterdays 2nd race. With the Kiwis in the lead at mark 2 by a few seconds and then the split -- well it was over 2 tacks later.
I've never seen such a boatload of dejected sailors as were the NZers. What a bummer for them. BUT how many people have ever sailed on a 72. That alone is enough to hold you head up high.
Looks like the city by the bay will have another go at it. Hopefully the international tribunal will be banished USA 11---NZ 8, that's how I see it.
See you and Becky in a few weeks !!
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Potluck entries....

Ted & Marion will bring teriyaki chicken to potluck dinner.

Friday Cocktail hour: salsa and chips + some Oktoberfest beer to share.

Saturday Cocktail hour: "mystery" blender recipe. Will there be group "judging" (applause???.. prizes???) for the best tasting mystery drink?

Do we need to bring firewood for group firepit???
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