Georgetown Regatta Week in pictures.

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So we decided to make the best of being stuck here. That means staying for the Georgetown Regatta Week.

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V participated in the Arts and Crafts show. She displayed her mermaid peg dolls, painted sand dollars and a small basket we worked on together. She sold a peg doll and the two sand dollars!

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V put most of the money she earned into the raffle, which benefited the local Red Cross. She won a beautiful silver and sea glass necklace that every boat wife (including me) coveted!

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If you want to keep kids occupied on a beach, just bury $40 worth of quarters in the sand. Kids activities included a treasure hunt, soccer game and foot race.

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Lord of the Flies, with balloon swords and shields.

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Talent show fun. My favorite was the “Anchoring Dance” song.

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Softball game: cruisers vs. locals.

And, of course, the Coconut Challenge. Although I was politely offered a spot on the team, I am decidedly way too non-competitive (why are all these overly-buff guys chasing after a pigskin non-spherical object again?) So I bowed out and cheered from the sidelines instead.

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(Photo Credit: sv The Amazing Marvin)

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(Photo Credit: sv The Amazing Marvin)

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The Fairchild team won the Coconut Challenge Race, but not without the “Great Coconut Scoring Controversy.”

There was a pet parade, and oh, a sailing race. Tig crewed on Fairchild, of course. I hung out at the beach, and neglected to take any pictures. The conversation that night went like this:

Me: Sorry Tig, but I have to tell ya. Watching a sailing race is not very exciting.

Tig: I hate to tell you, Serena, but being in a sailing race is not very exciting either.

We had a great time hanging out with sv Fairchild, sv Singing Frog, sv The Amazing Marvin (which is truly Amazing), and sv Serenade. Goodnight Georgetown.

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