Jeffrica Garcia, from left, Kaia Garcia, 10, Kaelynn Garcia, 4, grandmother Gail Naumann and grandfather Douglas Naumann prepare to set sail on Naumann’s 21-foot San Juan sailboat. Concord resident Naumann said he wasn’t going to use a full sail due to the high winds on April 3.
Jeffrica Garcia, from left, Kaia Garcia, 10, Kaelynn Garcia, 4, grandmother Gail Naumann and grandfather Douglas Naumann prepare to set sail on Naumann’s 21-foot San Juan sailboat. Concord resident Naumann said he wasn’t going to use a full sail due to the high winds on April 3. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE
Jeffrica Garcia, from left, Kaia Garcia, 10, Kaelynn Garcia, 4, grandmother Gail Naumann and grandfather Douglas Naumann prepare to set sail on Naumann’s 21-foot San Juan sailboat. Concord resident Naumann said he wasn’t going to use a full sail due to the high winds on April 3. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE

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