|Provo River Basin Snowpack, currently 110%
|I Saw Three Ships
The tune of this carol is a traditional English folk song and the words of this carol (of which there are several versions) were written by wandering minstrels as they traveled through the country. In the original version of the carol, the Three Ships were the ones taking the supposed skulls of the wise men to Cologne cathedral in Germany. However, since the Middle Ages, when it was first written, there have been many different lyrics with different Bible characters being on the ships. The most common lyrics used today are about Mary and Jesus traveling to Bethlehem.
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Are you really sure you want to watch this?
Rich Wilson, oldest Vendee Globe skipper on Great American IV,
is actually teaching middle school kids from his boat... while racing.
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What's in a name?
Considering the implications, not sure I'd want to name my boat HB.
A heads-up from K Mag, at Ullman Sails, Newport
Thanks Keith. Always fun to share ideas about trimming.
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