Author Archives: David Fortier

About David Fortier

DN sailor since 1988

I forgot to include the results, get sail # all you DN racers

RESULTS 2021-22 Linc Davis Guy Pollyblank 1,1,1,2,1,1 5 Michael S Young 4,2,5,3,3,2 14 Tyler Vromen 5,3,2,4,2,DNF 16 David Fortier 2,4,4,5,4,3 17 Jim Gagnon 3,5,3,6,5,DNS 22 Jeff Roseberry 1,6,6 25

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Linc Davis 2021-22, Plymouth Pond, Number 13?

I was late for the action on Saturday as I stopped in my home town of Waterville for my Aunt Connie’s funeral. The funeral was a funeral, but the family had a bit of a coffee snack get together and … Continue reading

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SEBAGO

Sebago lake ice from Standish counterclockwise to Raymond beach. All appears to have survived the three days of summer. Cold forecast lower and lower for the next four days. There will be a large sheet of ice, and the Raymond … Continue reading

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Sebago, Jordan Bay

Jordan Bay access at Raymond Beach. I drove onto the ice with my VW and launched my DN. There was no wind at noon so I pushed my boat out to the smooth ice in hopes of enough wind to … Continue reading

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Well the top one is supposed to be a video with Lee describing the vast acreages of wind blow hard, pretty smooth, 4 inch plus ice. While he is describing it it does sound as though the wind blowing nicely today. I will be packing the gear after I get this message out. I will be on the ice in the morning, Dave

Posted in 2021 Season, Default Category | Comments Off on Well the top one is supposed to be a video with Lee describing the vast acreages of wind blow hard, pretty smooth, 4 inch plus ice. While he is describing it it does sound as though the wind blowing nicely today. I will be packing the gear after I get this message out. I will be on the ice in the morning, Dave