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Hello Frostbiters,

With just two weeks left in the season, Courageous is looking to continue our string of great race days with 5+ races per day. The weather is looking gorgeous! Temps will be in the mid 40s, sunny, with a steady breeze around 10 knots from the NW. I look forward to seeing you all out there on the nicest day we will have this week!

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Hello Frostbiters!

My weekend forecast email will be coming out on Friday, this is just a friendly recap of our Valentine's Regatta (it was last week, I know, we are a little ahead of ourselves) and some important notes as we continue to smooth out bumps moving towards the end of the Frostbiting season.

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Hello Frostbiters!

Today's weather serves as a not-so-pleasant reminder of how lucky we were for the sun, light but steady wind, and warm conditions that we experienced this past Saturday. My summary of events will be brief, as this week we have a highly entertaining guest blog from Cole Constantineau. This past Saturday wrapped up our "Winter Series." Next weekend will be our Valentine's Day Regatta - this means there will be normal sailing, but it does not count for series scores, so bring your sweetheart and have some fun with it!

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Hello Frostbiters!

The moniker is especially fitting give our conditions this past weekend! In light of the fact that one of us has clearly done something to piss off Mother Nature, I would like to begin this recap with a quote that came to mind watching everyone sail through piles of snow.

"Adversity is the state in which a man becomes most easily acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then." -John Wooden

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Good Morning Frostbiters,

Well it’s another week gone by, and another week without any Frostbite racing at Courageous. Our luck has to change sooner or later, and I am rooting for sooner! Early forecasts of next weekend put Saturday as windy but sailable, and we will be doing everything possible to make sure we get out on the water to capture the full amount of racing that is possible.

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