It was so fine that I couldn't help going out for sailing in English Bay. I don't like to sail in a bad weather condition, and the weather in Vancouver in winter seasons is terrible, therefore, it was the first sailing since last summer. To my surprise, my boat had no trouble without any maintenance. The engine started with a single drawing of the starter code. After throwing away a bucket of bilge water, I left the marina for English Bay. To tell the truth, I've forgotten most of the sailing terminologies, but I still have the visual image for sailing including sail trimming and rope works. It's enough for enjoying day-sailing. The wind was moderate, and the blue sky and the sunshine was over me. I had a two-hour single-handed sailing and came back to the marina. On the way back, I saw Doug's Louisa, who is the ex-owner of my boat, and we waved hands each other. I think he really likes sailing and is enjoying his happy life.