Sunday, April 11, 2010

Snow Sailing in April

This past Saturday, Marcel Bradette, Jocelyn Marceau, and Langis Caron scored some sweet ice on Lac Jacques Cartier located in the Reserve Faunique de les Laurentides just along the route 175 that connects the Saguenay, Lac Saint Jean region to Quebec City and the outside world. The park (and lake) are about 1.5 hours north of Quebec City. It is the altitude rather than the latitude that makes Lac Jacques Cartier one of eastern North America's most long lasting sailing venues.

All three sailors were at WISSA 2010. It is good to see that they are still sailing when many have stopped because of abnormally warm temperatures.

Marcel Bradette sailing land in late April

Jocelyn Marceau

Langis Caron

William Tuthill

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