I've been watching Tom over the past several months as he has put the course together and built the individual components. I think it makes for one of the most enjoyable and challenging we've seen in many years! Well done, Tom!
I've received two videos and some photos. It's a beautiful day there. Good attendance and a fantastic display area. The only bummer of the day is that Tom Chalfant's new Type xxiii was lost with all hands. The diver is still looking for it, but so far no luck.
It can still turn up. I have found they rarely end up being found where last sighted. I had a Seawolf sink at Lake Redman and it had drifted at least 50' before sticking in the muddy bottom. But more event info would be nice.
"Eat your pudding Mr Land". "I ain't sure it's puddin" James Mason-Kirk