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America’s cup

Oct 052012
 

It’s America’s Cup racing time again this week on San Francisco Bay.  It’s a perfect venue for watching these unique sailing vessels skim over the water.  And skim they do.  It’s sure not your grandpa’s kind of sailing.  Sometimes it hardly seems like they’re racing but in actuality they’re moving quite fast.  It really is fun to watch with perfect views out to the boats, bay and iconic SF icons.

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Aug 252012
 

They’re off!  I thought it might be interesting to go over the bridge and catch some of the first time trials racing on the America’s Cup agenda.  I’m not really a sailor but I can enjoy an event for what it is and it’s the first time that this event has been close to where I live.  It was awesome and totally unexpected.  It was a cool, typically foggy day on San Francisco Bay, with the wind just fresh enough to make those boats fly over the water.  And fly they did!  With the Oracle boat, the one in the middle, winning, of course.

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