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post #10 of Old 04-09-2013
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Re: cruising

Originally Posted by chef2sail View Post
..Suprised Minnie diidnt like Greenport ad its a place we found friiendly with a great cheap public marinia. Anchoring in Doerring Harbor across from it is a rip off.
I was surprised as well, as many like it. Maybe it was "cheap", your word. I wasn't even all that impressed with Preston Ship Store. We did take an expensive mooring in Derring, as it was nicely protected and a storm was coming through as we arrived. Maybe I was just in a bad mood that day.

Sag Harbor rub elbows with the hoidy toidy who have spent your TARP money.
Could be that I overheard someone make a comment like this. Not all wealth people became wealthy on the backs of the taxpayer. Most worked hard or invented something. Ironically, I find the wealthy transients on Eastern LI, and in Martha's Vineyard for that matter, are quite liberal and equally critical of TARP.

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