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244--California: Sail for the Blind
@ Site News     Oct 20 2004 - 09:09 PST
cherie writes: Kate Chopin said: “The voice of the sea speaks to the soul.” In other words, you don’t need to the gift of sight to appreciate the beauty and power of the ocean.

On Oct. 16th over 200 blind and visually impaired people spent the day doing what many said they could never do--learn to sail.

At the 15th Annual Sail for the Blind, the only thing that was gloomy was the weather. Once again WORSA and ALYC put on an outstanding event proving that the blind can really sea.

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American Legion Yacht Club's John Hamilton leads Kim down the dock at the 15th Annual Sail for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

American Legion Yacht Club's John Hamilton leads Kim down the dock at the 15th Annual Sail for the Blind and Visually Impaired.