Spring Fever Sail event, March 20-22 Roosevelt Event Details:

WHEN:
Scott Winkler is arriving Thursday 3/19 by noon to get a spot. Arrive anytime thereafter. Or earlier, but contact Scott so he looks for you when he arrives.
WHERE:
Roosevelt Lake, Horse Pasture/Bermuda Flat recreation area. Usually we set up toward the south end (turn right after the entrance). Here is the approximate location: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gGfn1Phw_Sg8Ukb0GPVZltQYoog6wAua&usp=sharing
COST:
A Tonto pass is required to camp at the lake. A pass is $8 per day. They are not for sale at Horse Pasture but you can get them in Punkin Center or in Phoenix and Tucson areas. Locations to buy are here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5331614.pdf
HOW TO FIND US:
Look for the catamaran masts! Also, Scott Winkler will be in a large Class C Sunseeker Motorhome. The “Sunseeker” label is plastered all over the RV so you should be able to spot it. Also, we will be setting up a common area with a gold-colored canopy hung with sailing flags and ocean-colored camo on a couple of the sides for shading. Should stick out pretty well! You can also call Scott at 480-250-5000. He will be arriving Thursday morning March 19th to get a spot.
ACTIVITIES:
Sailing! Destination sail, beer can race, Rick White drills, etc.
Onshore: Friday lunch brats, Saturday evening Potluck, campfire, games, telescope viewing
Shore Talk: If there is interest Scott Winkler will do a talk/presentation on his Clipper Round the World sailing adventure (He did three legs of the Clipper race from Liverpool England to Fremantle Australia). We may possibly have another interesting talk/presentation or two depending on people’s schedules.
WHAT TO BRING:
Bring a sailboat if you have one, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, and any other water toys. Bring a friend to introduce to the lake and sailing!
EXTRAS:
Attend the event and you and your crew get a free Fleet 42 ball-cap. They are cool!

For any questions contact Scott Winkler via email.

See you at the lake!

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