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Taken from farther north and looking south, the tower is seen with the flagpole in front, for the purpose of signal flags that could be visible to the boats in a race. NSYC had better sand than the public beach, and in about 1960 they traded places.


Looking northward: Bill, Craig, Unknown, and Bob Carlson (sons of RCE and Grace). Dress Code was relaxed for two-year-olds. (A fourth son arrived in 1960.)


RCE Carlson; note the brass hardware for securing lines. The
stopwatch still works in 2013.

Bill Carlson

NSYC: Bill Carlson. This is included here to show various parts of the mast rigging and the rudder.

End of Season Dinner

New Commodore Pete Weinert offers comments on being awarded the Malcolm Vail Safety Award. To his right are his wife Jane and
outgoing Commodore Joe Riddle. Another double exposure.

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