May 1 Back in Amsterdam

Written by Jack van Ommen on May 1st, 2010

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This is also the opening weekend of the yachting season here and there will be a couple small boat sail races on the lake. This coming Wednesday is a holiday here to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the end of the 2nd World War here. It is also the 65th anniversary of the launching of the “”Vrijheid”” (“Freedom”) class a just short of 18′ gaff rigged day sailer/racer.The yacht club here “de Schinkel”has one of the largest fleets of them. There will be a celebration of the boat’s 65th anniversary with races and demonstrations in the “”Y””, the harbor of Amsterdam on May 5th. I plan to have pictures of it for you.

I took a picure of the blooming Chestnut tree in front of the club house and this completes the four seasons, that “Fleetwood” has been a guest here.


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