ANZAC Day on the Broadwater 2018
What a fantastic band, many thanks again and to all the contributions from the floor. The Master (retired)
Race results; 1-Possible Dream, 2 Impulsive, 3 L'attitude, 4 Sweet Chariot, 5 Mangrove Jack and 6 Defiance.
Hi John, Thanks soooo much for the hospitality!!! Great day!!! We enjoyed it immensely. Catch you on the next one, Matt, Kylie, Nikki, Chris and Olivia. Team defiance, 1972 Sparkman and Stephens design built by my father. We going to restore her and hopefully join in with your fun!!! (3 generations on 4th generation built boat)
Thank you to everyone who shared the beautiful weather, the beautiful scene of the yachts sailing on the Broad Water, the Rousing Renditions of Watlzing Matilda and many other songs, accompanied by the great talent of “The BAND”. A very special Thank You to you John and Margaret for inviting us to the Broad Water Boat Shed and surrounds and making it possible for us to all enjoy a BBQ lunch, Anzac Biscuites a few Beers and a couple of Wines and to celebrate the very special part of our history. ANZAC Day.
The Captain and his Mate and Crew of Possible Dream.
Australia Day and Novice Skippers Race 2018
Comments from the day
OH My you have done it again, John What a GREAT Day.
Thank You to John and Margaret for opening up their Broadwater Yacht Club to over 60 people. The Yacht race was “slow” but a magnificent sight from the shore. The land entertainment was the BEST so thank-you to all of you who participated and EXTRA Special thanks to the BAND which made the afternoon so enjoyable. From the Captain and Crew of Possible Dream.
Consisted of 3 guitar players, Andy Chilton, Steve Chilton and Brian Etherington also the singer and at short notice Dave crew on Inception.
We appreciate the band breaking a busy schedule playing at many charity outings including the Woolooware Shores retirement village, and a number of gigs at The Southern Antique Centre at Kogarah. The band was the glue that brought it all together.
Libby Teiffel produced the song sheets which made sure everybody could join the singing, and how we did?
We had many performances from the audience ranging from stories, poems, trivia, songs and a well considered contribution from Tony Parker.
When you (click here) on the pictures above, you can see a broad smiles on all the faces, so I suppose we did well?
Many thanks, to all that helped with chairs and tables and I have to say followed the mooring instructions.
I estimate that we had in excess of 70 attending.
The Master (retired)