Wednesday, July 09, 2008

First "Heyitwasgreat" Stories

Three entries so far in our "Heyitwasgreat" group writing project...

Christy of Central Air writes about a magical beer can race in Hooray for Team LaVita. It's very impressive to read about what she managed to do with "minimal flailing".

Derek Jackson tells us on the SANJL Blog about a day when he was racing his Sunfish "in the zone" at a Mid-Atlantic Regional regatta and concludes that the reason was that It's Got To Be The McLube. SANJL stands for Sailing Association of North Jersey Lakes and if you're a Sunfish sailor within driving distance of Northern New Jersey you really should check them out.

Manfred Schreiber from Germany sailed his Bull 7000 in the annual club regatta on Sunday and with seven-months pregnant K. steering they came first on corrected time in the 36 boat fleet. He tells us how they did it in Sunday was great.

Plenty of time for you to write your story on this theme. Full details at Heyitwasgreat.

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