The winds were 8-10 mph and of course they were right on our nose, but they gave us a good chance to see what Wrinkles would do. It's funny how different boats feel on the water. The longer water line along with the different hull shape (more wine glass than shot glass) made for a distinctly different feel than the Com-Pac 19. In low winds she gets up and goes and scoots right along.
Now that Mike had mastered the mast raising, his mechanical mind was at work on several other projects. Wrinkles is the perfect boat for him - little projects to work on, but nothing that will keep us off the water. Me - I just sat back and relaxed. The first time I had the tiller, I never even thought about adjusting the sails (yes, this boat and blog are aptly named). I was just enjoying being back on the water again.