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    rs aero

    Thanks so much!! That is much better! Looking forward to new version! US307
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    Sunglasses Keeper

    I found some keepers with a string and some things that fit over the end of the frames. There is an adjuster to set the loop size. I put one of those floatey things for your keys on that. So far so good. Thanks for the replies!!
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    Sunglasses Keeper

    That Murphy dude follows me around! I think he/she likes to hang around boats, especially sailboats!
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    Sunglasses Keeper

    Hi DTA, Wish I had gone to Wurstfest to meet you. I use this case to carry my phone and boat registration. I've had it about 5 years and it works great. I usually keep my glasses on, for very far vision(where the hell is that bouy?) and very near vision (ring dings and checking the phone for messages). http://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/pelican-1060-micro-case#repChildCatid=13052
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    Sunglasses Keeper

    Oh yeah, my friend from Shreveport said Wurstfest was the best fest! I gotta do that one next year!
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    Sunglasses Keeper

    Wow! Thanks guys! Some great ideas! Didn't need keepers today wind 0-1 kt. Almost got a good nap in while sailing. Thanks again!
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    Texas Centerboard Circuit 2016

    You could try SailX. www.sailx.com It is a sailing game with emphasis on the rules. They have a protest room and tutorials and lots of stuff on tactics and starting etc. It has helped my "in real life" sailing tremendously.
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    The Megabyte thread

    I'm over 60 years old and have shot knees also. I've been sailing a Megabyte for 2 years, and I love it. If you can move around the boat at a reasonably quick rate, aided by some anticipation of the need for the same, you will do fine. I chose the Megabyte after sailing a Sunfish, and it made my knees hurt, because one sits low on a sunfish which puts your knees very bent, which makes them hurt. On the Megabyte my knees are at a natural angle, and the only thing that makes them hurt is kneeling downwind, but you might be able to squat or sit on the side. My 240# self is too much "moveable ballast", so I must get in the center. The boat is quick and responsive. The Zim folks are helpful, and there is a good bit of info on the class site. It takes a little bit of time to rig, but the mast is light enough so that I can do it all myself in 20-30 minutes. It's a great boat for Portsmouth racing, as it has a favorable handicap imho. I have the MKI rig and haven't had too much feeling of being overpowered, but I don't go out in winds much over 18 kts, but as I learn that probably will change. PM me if you have any more questions.