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Old 07-18-2007, 03:28 AM   #1
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Follow each boat using Track Charts on left

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Looks like the big boys are making ground down the middle.
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Rancho still kick'n some butt:

Rancho Deluxe Is Back In The House

Jim

07/19/2007, 23 12.051n; 139 30.923w

We just had morning role call and yesterday's strategy and tactical call paid huge dividends. We went to being 6 miles behind the first place boat to 30 miles ahead! Let's just say that the next time Matt Davis say's, "hey guys I think we should turn left here," I seriously doubt anybody will argue with him.

Our strategy now is to gybe as often as needed to make the best velocity made good to Honolulu. Translated to English; we will stay between out man (other boats) and the basket (Waikiki Yacht Club Bar), cover any moves the other boats make and keep pushing as hard as we possibly can to make the boat go fast. The biggest issue here is that we are dangerously low on Red Bull, the rocket fuel of Team Rancho Deluxe.

On another front, our man Seadon lost the first title fight with a flying fish. He was driving last night into the black hole (can a guy get a freaking moon and less cloud cover?). Anyway, Seadon was just driving along when he was slapped upside the chest by a flying fish who then landed on the deck looking up at the crew as if to say "WHAT, I'm not dead yet, throw me back in the water so I can take another shot at you sissies." Andrew Lewis commented "I knew there was a fight going on when I heard a woman scream and discovered Seadon was the source."

Profession Sailing Slang of the day; Swag. Short wide angry guy. Think of any number of Greek commercial real estate brokers.

So we are off in search of surfing waves and trade winds, both of which are developing, once there we will hitch our wagon onto the Mai Tai Express, fasten our seat belts, put the tray table into the upright and locked position and ride it into Honolulu.

Aloha,

Jim

Division 5 (Starts July 12)

Rancho Deluxe (Swan 45), Mike Diepenbrock, Sacramento, Calif. (4:10:34:37)

Tower (Lidgard 45), Doug Grant, San Pedro, Calif. (4:10:51:22)

Paddy Wagon (Ross 40), Richard Mainland, Los Angeles (4:15:58:16)

DH-Tango (J/133), Michael Abraham, Newport Beach (4:19:58:16)

DH-Narrow Escape (Fast 40), Allen Lehman Jr., Payson, Ariz. (4:20:59:25)

Uncontrollable Urge (Columbia 30), James/Chris Gilmore, Carlsbad, Calif. (4:23:42:31)

On the Edge of Destiny (1D35), Sean Doyle, Kailua, H.I. (5:00:05:40)

Tabasco (1D35), Gary Fanger, San Francisco (5:02:01:10)

Recidivist (Schumacher 39), Ken Olcott, Los Altos, Calif. (5:09:17:24)
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