The Puget sound Cruising Club held it's annual Salmon Bake in Port Madison again this year. We picked up the salmon at the Fresh Fish place up on 80th and got off the dock just after noon, towing the dinghy with barbecue and supplies. It was a truck trip, so no sailing and light air anyway. We anchored close to the nice new Hidden Cove Park dock to unload, grateful for all the help, humping stuff up to the park. Thanks Jim for always being there, and Deb who towed me back to my boat when my engine flooded. Between trips I got to watch the raft form, and Yohelah blow by-yea. We ended up with 15 boats in Port Madison! As always, lots of folks brought tables and barbecues, great potluck dishes, and stepped up to help prep and grill the salmon. Thanks team!
Sunday we had a big potluck breakfast on Linda & Martyn's big catamaran, One World. Great food, and a delight to see them back in the raft-up! Dock-mates, Kat and Ryan brought their happy baby Emerson, what a treat! This weekend was the Six Meter international race, so we got to see those sweet boats sail through the anchorage too. Tango and Red Hot waited outside for "Ranier" pics, sailing hard for the good shots, while we wallowed in 19Kts and chop. I tried to get pics of all the PSCC crowd, guests, boats, kids and dogs, and had a great time, with plenty of photos to edit. Even Adventuress was out! What a great PSCC weekend! Thanks all! (Click on a image below for a larger image "slide show" - arrow keys work well.)