Lots of Pictures from Work Parties and Launch

IMG_0620You can find hundreds of new pictures in the members’ Photo Gallery. You must login to access the Photo Gallery.

You’ll also find links to the high definition versions of the same pictures along with several which were not added to the club’s web site. Enjoy and if you wish to download any of the pictures, feel welcome to do so.

Note: Since many members appear in the pictures, if you plan to download and re-post somewhere (like Facebook), you might double-check that those in the picture of agreeable.

Click to play the yard trailer clipFor those who have never seen our new yard trailer in action, here’s a short 5-minute video clip we created during the launch. We plan to create more over the next few months as training materials.

Regards, Phil O’Hara (w.philip.ohara@gmail.com)

How to Setup Your Bridles

Dear members

Bill Stanbrook, a long time Mooring Ball dweller, came up with a system that worked for him to keep bridles from getting wrapped up around the ball/chain:

Here’s what he said:

“What I found was by securing a float to the bridles near as possible to the mooring connection keeps upward pressure in the mooring lines and keeps them from wrapping around the mooring. The extra floats keep the line from wrapping around also. The float were bought at Spartan and a slot cut to get both lines through then the piece fitted back in. I just fastened it in place with rope. The whole rig worked well and no more problems with the bridles wrapping and chafing on the mooring.”

Bill

See Pictures below.

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