WE MADE IT!!
Key West is a darling town and I can't stop singing "it's 5 o'clock somewhere". The locals (and everyone else in Florida) think it is cold here - well, it is overcast and windy at the moment, but cold? Not so much.... By land, sea and sky we all made it down to the races and practice for the team officially starts tomorrow. Right now it is blowing about 20 Knots (about 23 mph) with the wind direction heading out of the NNE (20°). Since I will be talking about the weather in terms of knots most of the time, I thought I would provide you with a quick link to a site that illustrates conversions from knots to mph: http://www.disastercenter.com/convert.htm
It is gusty tonight and expected to stay windy throughout most of the morning. It will make for a great practice day and will get everyone ready for next week. There will be 2 races a day for 5 days straight starting on Monday and we should know how we are shaping up for the big win by mid week. Stay tuned in for photos and video from aboard Soozal...