Thursday, 13 May 2010
Memorial Day Weekend 2010: Squadron rafts up on Percy Priest
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On Sunday 30 May, thirteen adults, as well as about eight younger souls who think themselves headed toward adulthood, got together at Bryant's Grove Cove on Percy Priest Lake to celebrate the beginning of the summer boating season, and to recognize the sacrifice of those servicemen and women who've given their lives in defense of our country. Oh, we also ate very well.


Hosted by P/C Mike Majka, whose birthday we also toasted, five vessels embarked several guests as well as Squadron members. For the first time in three years, the weather was nearly perfect, and the scattered thundershowers did in fact scatter to either side of us as they came northwards; we experienced only a few sprinkles, and the accompanying breezes were most welcome. Water levels on the lake had receded from the flood of four weeks prior, though flotsam was apparent along the shore.


Our flotilla included Nothing to Fear (Rebecca and Mike Majka), Rain E Daze (Candyce and David Corcoran),Reel Time II (Liz and Ray Alley), and Starry Night II (Liz Nelson).

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Posted on 05/13/2010 4:22 PM by Barry
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