Wed 09 Apr 2008 With a casual night out the front of Pepper's Palm Bay and a great dinner with Gerard and Caroline, we made way to Airlie to restock and gather some extra friends.
The errands were easy, pick up some bits to complete some prior missions with dinghy fuel filtering, hooks for sail bags and drill bits to replace others broken.
Now Jo and Naomi were on board and the beautiful day unfolded as we took easy sailing down wind to the Gloucester Passage. Dividing mainland and Gloucester Island, we pulled the left hander to sail most all the way to the Eco resort. Sailor friend from last year, Doug, was soon over for a discussion about most things and a couple of drinks. The sun set, and the fisher-people amongst us showed themselves.
Another grand day in the beautiful Whitsundays.
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