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A Mid-Season Look Back

Readers, we thought we’d take a quick look back at some West Coast scenery. 

San Francisco’s new skyline, as framed by sailing.

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A sailboat at anchor in front of Morro Rock — or Lisamu — last December.

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The Coast Guard patrolling San Pablo Bay in the spring.

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Otters do their look-how-incredibly-cute-we-are pose in Morro Bay.

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The anchor-outs at Richardson Bay, as seen from a living room in Tiburon.

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A sea lion catches the last rays of sunshine at Hyde Street Pier.

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A unique sailboat anchored at China Camp.

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Having rounded the Point Diablo mark west of the Golden Gate Bridge, 28 J/105s (and a few others) sail toward the final finish of Rolex Big Boat Series on Sunday.
By now you’ve doubtless seen the stats on Florence. Since coming ashore in the Carolinas early Friday as a Category 1 hurricane, the storm has left 17 dead, almost a million evacuees still unable to return home, extensive flooding, major highways shut down, 700,000 homes and businesses without power — and it hasn’t stopped yet.
It’s been a long time coming but now the time is near. John and Diane Dinwiddie have been dreaming of the day when they would head out the Gate and turn south.