Nov 15, 2005, 7:59 AM
Post #16 of 22
Tough one, particularly since the fun events are the ones where "things happen" to make it tough to remember. How about:
Re: [John Tormey] What is your most fun event?
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- Put-In-Bay Week, OH: Early start sucks, but you finish by noon, party until sunset, wake up early and start cycle over.
- SORC (in the 80's): What a travelling road show! Start in St Pete, and end in Nassau. How many times can you kick naked dollies out of your hotel room so you can get some rest? Circuit was almost tooo long.
- Snipe Circuit: Another two weeks of reality escape. Start in Clearwater, and end in Nassau. Are you seeing a pattern here?
- Big Boat Series, CA: It has been awhile (okay, it has been awhile for all of the above), but my memory was gin fizzes in the morning at StFYC, race in big breeze against the best during the day, roam into the city at night, party at the motorhomes in the club parking lot, then venture to the Russian River during the layday for cocktail kayaking.
Do events still have laydays? Probably the secret to success for regattas planners would be great laydays.
Do I need to pick a favorite event? Hmm, my vote would be...any regatta Watt Duffy attends.