USA-26 One Life J/99

David

Can we start racing yet?

It seems like forever ago we last raced One Life, and I suppose it has been. The 2020 ...

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2021 Racing – Pandemic Style

[Editor’s note: My apologies to all for not doing a better job of updating this blog since September. ...

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BROVID-2020

Way back in 1985, I ended up on a recreational volleyball team at Western Washington University in fall ...

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Ballard Cup Series End

Anyone reading this knows the 2020 sailing season didn’t go as planned. The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted everything just ...

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First Singlehanded Race with Flying Sails

I raced Dragonfly (my prior boat, a 1969 Columbia 26 Mk II) singlehanded last season, but always in ...

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$11 to Victory

It’s been a busy week for work and home, so it has been a while since I’ve been ...

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Cruisin’ for the Weekend

One of the big appeals of the J/99 is its competence for both racing and cruising. She’s no ...

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Busy racing week

Since I didn’t start writing this until Thursday, I’m sure I will forget some details. It was a ...

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Little Things Make a Big Difference

There are probably more racing articles written about the start than any other aspect of a race. I ...

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Third Time is the Charm

One of my favorite outings when I was learning to sail was going out with Gary Peterson on ...

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