Neisha Atchley – Commodore
“Sailing unties the knots in my mind.” Al Noble
I was talking with my daughter, Carson, about sailing and she said, “Sailing is like camping but on the water.” Since taking up sailing a couple of years ago sailing has been the top competitor for my camping time during the summer. Sailing, camping, being outside in general are ways to untie the knots in my mind. Talking with our Salty Dog members, I would say being outdoors is a something we all enjoy whether on the water or on land.
Looking forward to spring’s arrival, we have the Landlubbers Awards Ceremony on March 9th. Let’s celebrate together.
Doris, our Dryland Coordinator, has a brunch at the Landing scheduled this month. Music, tasty food and companionship, a trifecta for a wonderful time.
Coming in April, we will have a sail coordinators meeting, an opportunity to learn or review how to coordinate a sail. Keep an eye out for details.
We are putting together an order for Salty Dog Hoodies. An 8oz 50/50 Gildan zipper hoody will be approximately $35.00. Please email email@example.com if you would like to order one.
Meetings start at 6:00pm, presentation starts at 7:00pm
151 Mineral Ave #101
Littleton, CO 80120
Mark Graas – Vice Commodore
Past Meeting Presentations
February 9 – Carol Kolesnikoff guest speaker Norm Brown
“Navigating the E/S shores of Newfoundland”
Exploring Newfoundland: Holyrood to Ramea
***This was an excellent presentation! Thank you, Norm and Carol, for gracing us with this exciting adventure.***
March 9th – Mark Graas and Neisha Atchley
Landlubbers Award Ceremony and Sailing Jeopardy
April 13th – Marylyn Allen
“Experiencing Bali and Singapore… The people, the waters, and the land”
May 11th – Marilyn Allen and John Venema
“Sailing a big ‘Cat’ around the Grenadines islands”
September 14th – Jeremy Frett
Topic To Be Decided
October 12th – Cliff Randall
Topic To Be Decided
Melissa (Mel) Steiner – Treasurer
We will no longer be accepting credit cards presented in-person as a means of paying for upcoming events or yearly dues. Cash Only when paying in-person. Credit card payments will continue to be accepted through the Salty Dog website: https://www.saltydog.org/shop/
Ron Vasquez – Membership
Just a quick reminder to get your membership dues paid so you can join us on some fun adventures on the water and off.
Diana Bliss – On the water Coordinator
***Attention Salty Dogs — Sail Coordinators needed!!
If you are interested, please call or email Diana Bliss 303-424-7841 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sailing Schedule 2023|
|May 11th – Thursday||Meeting Sail||Chatfield||?|
|May 21st – Sunday||New Member Sail||Chatfield||?|
|June 2nd – 4th
Friday to Monday
|Memorial Day Sail||Pueblo||Melissa (Mel) Steiner|
|June 8th – Thursday||Meeting Sail||Chatfield||Mike Cranna|
|July 1st – Saturday||Evening Sail||Chatfield||?|
|July 13th – Thursday||Meeting Sail||Chatfield||Mike Cranna|
|July 16th Sunday||Ladies Sail||Chatfield||?|
|July 28th -30th
Friday to Sunday
|Granby||Lake Granby||Diana Bliss|
|Aug 10th – Thursday||Meeting Sail||Chatfield||Andrea Lewis|
|Aug 20th – Sunday||Scavenger Hunt||Chatfield||?|
|Aug 27th – Sunday||Moonlight Sail||Chatfield||?|
|Sept 1st – 3rd
Friday to Monday
|Labor Day Sail||Dillon||Marilyn Allen|
|Sept 15th or 16th
Friday or Saturday
|Sept 30th – Saturday||Full Harvest Moon Sail||Chatfield||?|
****Don’t forget to contact Diana and let’s fill in the coordinator slots.
****You do not have to have a boat to volunteer as coordinator.
Doris Ferry – Dryland Coordinator
SOAR at WINGS OVER THE ROCKIES Museum Tour
Was a great success.
Saturday, March 25th at 11:30am – Brunch at “The Perfect Landing” Restaurant Centennial airport 7625 South Peoria Street, Englewood at Centennial Airport.
Jeremy Frett – Webmaster
Pay for Membership and Events online at email@example.com
Cindie Sandlin – Newsletter
Hope that you are enjoying the newsletter. If you have any suggestions, information, stories, jokes, fun facts, pictures, etc. and would like to for it to be included in the next newsletter, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jokes of the Month
- What do you do with a drunker sailor?
Worry he’s gonna get wrecked!
- “Can you go pick up my boat? It’s at the dock.”
Oh no! Is it sick? You should give it some vitamin sea.
- A pirate walks into a bar with a ship’s steering wheel in his pants.
The bartender says: “Hey, did you know you’ve got a steering wheel in your pants?”
“Aye, sir that it be, “says the pirate, “it’s driving me nuts!”
- At the regatta, the blue sailboat hit the red one…
They were marooned!
- Guy goes out on a friends yacht and asks, “don’t these cheap yachts sink all the time.”
His brother answers: “All the time? If it’s gonna sink, it’ll only be once!”
- Two sailors talking, the first one says, “My girlfriend just sailed to the Caribbean.”
“Jamaica?” The other one asked.
“Heck no! She’d been wanting to go for a long time.”
- When is it time to paint another coat on a pirate ship?
When its timbers be shivering!
- What do British sea monsters eat?
Why fish and ships, of course!
- Guy at the Marina: “So which of these boats is the one I won in the dice game?”
“Yacht C,” the attendant says.
Just a reminder that Salty Dog members can list items for sale in the newsletter for free. If you have anything sailing related that you want to sell, please let Cindie know and she will add it to the Classified section.