Friday nights arrival of Snidow’s group was as usual and as predictable as the years passed. Everyone entered the building loaded down with their favorite beverages, cigars and sweet treats. Topping it off, the newest member of the group, Dr. Charles W, came lugging a kite board, which we found is one of his favorite pastimes, and Ascencion Bay to be a prime area for this activity…who knew. The group was in high spirits and ready to begin the 5th annual Lofgren memorial tournament. Dinner was served and Todd explained the rules for this year’s competition, which included 6 paper plates (one for each boat) with a hand drawn red permit on each of them, and written dimensions for the other species that counted for the coveted trophy.
Lofgren Cup Trip Report – January 25-30
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