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Village West Yacht Club. They were having their swap meet and planned it to be outdoors, but unfortunately it was still raining early in the morning. This does not deter Delta boaters though, and it was not much of a problem for everyone to move inside the clubhouse. Commodore Jill Stevenson took me out on the back patio, and low and behold King Neptune was holding court blessing passersby.

This is no joke! I had to kiss a real fish — dead of course, but a fish none the less. It smelled fishy! I am sure there were a lot of folks that went through the ceremony. After kissing the fish you received a certificate of blessing from King Neptune. I will treasure mine, having put it on the wall of my office.

After this ceremony, I sauntered over to the kitchen where Bob Palacioz was making some mouth-watering tacos. A few years back he actually gave me some instruction on the correct way to make a taco. I still carry that valuable knowledge, and will never go hungry as long as I can find some tortillas and other raw materials. I had to take leave of those great folks to get to the Stockton Yacht Club for their parade, but it looked like they were going to have a fun day.

Every time I visit Village West Marina the grounds look better. Some of you are saying that the marina has gone to the dogs, well, yes in a way it has. The event was scheduled for hours on April 8th, and you may remember a storm arrived a few days before. The Saturday morning of the parade dawned beautiful in Sacramento, and I was very optimistic.

We hopped into the truck and headed down the I-5 to get to the club. Alas and alack, about halfway to Stockton we ran into torrential rains. My heart sank, but I was buoyed by the fact that nearly every time we have attended a boating event the weather has cooperated.

By the time we got to the club it had started to clear, and we could see blue skies coming towards us. With the unpredictable weather, several boats dropped out of the event because of concerns that their decorations would be destroyed in the rain.

Ten boats did participate though, and the fleet fell in behind Justavacation at marker From there we proceeded upstream to McLeod Lake, and then back to the club. It was another boating miracle — it rained pretty hard in the morning, but cleared up beautifully by the time the parade started. There was a mild breeze and occasional clouds, but it stayed dry except for a couple of rain drops at one point.

After the parade entertained everyone along the route, we headed back to the clubhouse to hang out. Patti Brennan had arranged for his holiness, Chaplain Louie Gonzales of the Berkeley Yacht Club, to conduct renaming ceremonies for three boats. It is actually a ceremony to remove the old name, christen the new name, and bless the craft. The reverend was a great fellow with a good sense of humor. He keeps his sailboat in the Berkeley Marina.

As each boat was blessed, we were forced to drink champagne toasts — it was about three toasts per blessing I think. After the first couple, I lost my whole train of thought. Luckily I did have some photos. After the blessings we headed to the clubhouse for an excellent dinner and the awards ceremony.

During the parade, the judges were ensconced on a boat at the Stockton Downtown Marina and did their work as the parade boats passed by. Don and Jorga Ivie were the event Chairs. Once again the weather waxed wonderful after showers in the days prior to Opening Day. We boarded the California Hornblower at hours on a warm Sunday morning, and settled in on the top deck with the folks from Discovery Bay Yacht Club.

We started the day with some coffee and pastries, but I quickly felt the need for a bloody mary. Luckily the bar was nearby. Just as I got there, a crisis with the bar computer developed and it quit working so you could not buy a drink. After some banging on it, and shuffling some software, they got it working again and did not lose too much revenue.

You see, not only was the Discovery Bay Yacht Club there, but also the Village West Yacht Club along with many others out for a big party, and being able to purchase cocktails was a large part of the equation. He was accompanied by his Admiral, Leslie Carson. The only family member missing was the little canine chap Bosun, who was apparently enjoying himself elsewhere. Army Corps of Engineers. The U. Coast Guard, local fire and police agencies, and the Coast Guard Auxiliary all helped to make this a successful day.

We pulled away from Pier 3 at about hours and proceeded north passing to the east of Alcatraz and to the east of Angel Island and into Raccoon Strait. We held fast for a while and were surrounded by a fleet of smaller boats, awaiting our turn to pass by and receive our blessing.

Our skipper was doing a great job maintaining his position as the flotilla of smaller boats clustered around our vessel. As we were inching towards the God Squad boat, all of a sudden a beautiful black hulled sailboat pulled in front of us and started hoisting his mainsail. He had been making some odd maneuvers under power prior to this so our skipper had his eye on him.

Our captain managed to avoid running the boat down, but this is a good time to think about safety. Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington, two square riggers, pulled out of Belvedere Cove and engaged in a cannon battle. We were a ways away so could see the puffs of smoke, but could not hear the reports. Patti Brennan had chartered Hawaiian Chieftain, along with some current and former sea scouts, with the idea of raiding some coastal villages.

She had to content herself with trading gun fire with Lady Washington. We could see our associates, Kim Haworth and J. Mills along with the God Squad and other dignitaries aboard Aurora V. We cruised by and received our blessing, and from there crossed the Golden Gate. The seas were somewhat rough, and a friend of mine fell out of his chair on the top deck. The decision was made to return to the dock so he could be transported to the hospital.

Once we were back at the dock, they strapped him to a refrigerator dolly and took him to a waiting ambulance. I heard later, he recovered completely and is ready for his next adventure.

After that slight detour, we headed back out into the Bay and took up our station off the Saint Francis Yacht Club. The little side adventure took about a half hour and a few boats dropped out, but presently the parade started led by a San Francisco fireboat shooting all of its water cannons into the air. Next came a hundred or so boats from local yacht clubs. Many were decorated to the theme of the parade. Every year the theme is open for interpretation by each skipper so the decorations vary wildly.

It adds to the charm of the day. The Saint Francis Yacht Club, as always, had sharp looking people aboard some beautiful boats.

I give everyone in the parade credit; while it was a beautiful day, there was a 25 knot wind coming through the Golden Gate, which created some pretty big seas for the boats, and many of the crews bravely stood on deck. Now, Mel has been known on occasion to have a full band aboard Pat Pending, but this time he left that to Jim Gabbert, aboard his beautiful Stephens Defiance.

Jim had a several-piece band playing as they passed the judges. They were using electrified instruments of course. Luncheon service started during the parade, and when I went back inside I had a nice chicken breast on a bed of rice waiting for me.

Congratulations to all, a lot of expense and work goes into this! Sue and I generally make this a weekend adventure in the City as we did this time. We made the trip without personal mishap, although on Friday before the parade a circuit breaker blew at the power company shutting down all electricity in the city center, causing a massive traffic gridlock, people trapped in elevators, and stopping the point of sale computers in cocktail lounges. They got the power back on several hours later, and eventually the gridlock cleared and things got back to a relative normal.

On Sunday, as we were leaving, threading our way through the typical traffic, a homeless person built a campfire on Market Street. This caused an ambulance a few vehicles ahead of us, to stop in the traffic lane causing already congested traffic to come to a standstill. The ambulance driver got out with a fire extinguisher and put out the fire. We finally made it to the Bay Bridge and got out of town. Terrill Leavitt invited me over to the Driftwood Marina for their summer kickoff swap meet.

Well, Bob Maher takes credit for it too. When I learned to waterski at Clear Lake in the late s, a Maherajah was coveted by everyone. Later when I moved to Honolulu and we would ski in the seaplane runways at the airport, people still talked reverently about Maherajah skis.

The saga continues at the Oroville Dam, and now recognition of problems at other state water projects are coming to light. At Oroville, not only are the spillways destroyed, but now it has come out that the dam structure itself is possibly leaking. A large green wet spot has appeared on the dam face, but the Department of Water Resources DWR says it was caused by the rain. The dam is made from earth fill quite like the levees that the DWR says will collapse soon.

I get a lot of reports from residents and even some of the workers on the dam about what is going on up there. Apparently, they have people with your standard handheld caulking guns repairing cracks in the concrete of the spillway.

I am not sure that will work too well. It should be an interesting summer as they will be needing to release water from the reservoir because of the snow melt at the same time they will be repairing it.

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A perfect quality of bag is worth to carry useful gears such as wakeskates, kneeboards, ski vests and many others. To achieve this aim, you should visit to water ski shop. Michael Cuthbert. Hi everyone!

Did you know that Bob Maher, owner of Maherajah Skis has a brand new online store and Suzanne's poster is for sale on the website www.

I'm his assistant and he has a few of those posters left for sale : Happy hunting. Does anyone know what an original poster sells for. I bought a Maharajah in , and the poster came with it. Wednesday, December 8, Maherajah Water Skis One of the items that I came across was this poster from , featuring a very young Suzanne Somers. The poster was not in good shape, as it had been stored rolled up, with boxes stacked on top for years.

My boss, saw the poster, and became very protective of it, as if it had been lost, and he had now found it. He then told us that it was very rare, and worth a lot of money. Now, I would have thought, from the way he reacted, that he would have taken the poster and stored it away in a better environment , like in the office, but no. He rolled up the poster and threw it behind the easel. Thinking that time would pass, and he would forget about the poster, I waited.

For some reason though, he would re-find the poster every year or so. Each time making as big of a deal about it, as he had made the first time around. Several years later, in a rare "freak out", about how cluttered the shop was, he started throwing years of patterns, silk screens, and paperwork in the truck, and had me drive it to the dump. Only after, did I realize, that in his haste, he had thrown out the poster. He never even mention the poster again, perhaps he had finally forgotten.

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Man, That brings back memories! Thanks for sharing. I had a few of those posters when i was selling the water skis in South Carolina in the early 70's. At the time it was very interesting poor choice of words, but you understand advertising for the Southeast. I have several of these Suzanne Somers Maherajah "Right On" posters available if you want to buy one. Maherajah Company was located in Healdsburg, CA for 20 years, beginning in Call or email if interested: or info healdsburgmuseum.

I remember going to a photo shop in the 70's that had that poster up on a wall.. The photographer was known to the shop owner.. A perfect quality of bag is worth to carry useful gears such as wakeskates, kneeboards, ski vests and many others. To achieve this aim, you should visit to water ski shop. Michael Cuthbert. Hi everyone! Did you know that Bob Maher, owner of Maherajah Skis has a brand new online store and Suzanne's poster is for sale on the website www.

I'm his assistant and he has a few of those posters left for sale : Happy hunting. Does anyone know what an original poster sells for. I bought a Maharajah in , and the poster came with it.

Wednesday, December 8, Maherajah Water Skis One of the items that I came across was this poster from , featuring a very young Suzanne Somers. The poster was not in good shape, as it had been stored rolled up, with boxes stacked on top for years. My boss, saw the poster, and became very protective of it, as if it had been lost, and he had now found it. He then told us that it was very rare, and worth a lot of money.

Now, I would have thought, from the way he reacted, that he would have taken the poster and stored it away in a better environment , like in the office, but no. He rolled up the poster and threw it behind the easel.

Thinking that time would pass, and he would forget about the poster, I waited. For some reason though, he would re-find the poster every year or so. Each time making as big of a deal about it, as he had made the first time around. Several years later, in a rare "freak out", about how cluttered the shop was, he started throwing years of patterns, silk screens, and paperwork in the truck, and had me drive it to the dump. Only after, did I realize, that in his haste, he had thrown out the poster.

He never even mention the poster again, perhaps he had finally forgotten. Only to misplace them, or decide to throw them out, without placing them in the hands of someone that they know would appreciate them. I sure would like to have that poster for the shop wall, but it was not to be Posted by David Bond at AM.

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