I can't really do a writeup as I was driving. It was a standing windward/leeward course, twice around, with start/finish restricted. Light but steady wind, and not drifting parade, enough wind to really sail. We had only four people on the boat which was actually great for this kind of wind speed.
From my perspective -
Crappy first upwind leg (area I/we need to focus on to improve the most)
Great downwind speed
Great tactics (we picked up 3 boats mostly with downwind speed and tactics)
James did a great job at trimming. Fantastic at communicating.
Guessing that this is before the start
In the start area, Ryan getting ready to call traffic and distance to the line.
Peggy's new boat!
Trimming and driving downwind requires close communication to be effective. In light air, even when not trimming or driving, everyone can help with weight management.
Beginning of the fleet going downwind...Makes me guess that we were still on our way to round the mark!
Ryan did an awesome job on the foredeck
Applying the lessons I learned during Transpac. This was AFTER the race, on the way back to the Club which was a fantastic sail. We flew the spinnaker for about 1/3 of the way.