Posted by Greg Connor on Wednesday, September 9, 2009
I volunteered to help out at the Duluth sailing event last Saturday 9-5-09. The local sailing association hosted an afternoon of sailing for 70 Exchange Students from the University of Wisconsin.
My job was to take the kids sailing as was several others. We used 6 boats in all.
I took two Korean and two Japaneese kids out. They had arrived in the Duluth Superior area two days earlier.
I took this video and put a little background music behind it.
Thursday, September 10, 2009 @6:34:42 AM
This makes Banjo guys look good. Bet that was a sail you wont forget. If you need an experienced hand let me know!
Thursday, September 10, 2009 @3:33:04 PM
Good for you, Greg. Time well spent.
Sunday, September 27, 2009 @1:10:58 PM
Sailing... I remember that. In high school I crewed on a sloop that would do Cleveland-Sandusky races on Lake Eerie. Raced FJs and Thistle in college, and years later crewed a 40-foot I forget what on Puget Sound. Wind, water, banjo. Mmmm.
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