Flying Leland to Frankfort. . .

On July 2, 2015 we traveled Leland for Frankfort (36 miles for a total of 79 of a 5,600 minimum) with all four sails full in 10-15 mph NW winds we “ran” all the way.  Sorry, those pictures are hard to come by.  With the diesel engine silenced we relished in a peaceful and fast ride.  If you are in Frankfort, we are at the Municipal Marina much of the month so stop by for a visit.

Boat Name of the day:  SeaCure Refuge

Quote of the day:  Let’s get this crazy auto-helm fixed!

Gratitude of the day:  Strong winds with following seas

Yep it was cool and windy!

Yep it was cool and windy!

What is Sammy thinking now?

What is Sammy thinking now?

Note next to Jim's right hand:  everything must have dual purposes.  Bike bottle holder and pedal baskets are also cockpit coffee cup holders.

Note next to Jim’s right hand: everything must have multiple purposes. Our bike bottle holder and pedal baskets are also cockpit coffee cup holders and a Biggby billboard.

Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes from a 3/4 of a mile out.  We could see folks running down and climbing back up.

Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes from a 3/4 of a mile out. As always, folks were running down and climbing back up – happy to be sailing!

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