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Re: A life at sea...

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Originally Posted by RTB View Post
A great collection of photos, Brian.

We don't have kids aboard, but have met a few in our short 9 months out cruising. I will say that all of these young cruisers have always been a delight to meet. Well mannered, and they always know their way around a boat. There were a couple of kids that I would always see taking the dink to the docks in Boot Key to fill water jugs. Now, that's a perk for having kids aboard!

Nice thread.

Ralph

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Thanks Ralph. Yep, we do the same. Also have had the kids in a summer camp up at the park by Boot Key where they met a lot of local kids their age. Wonderful decision!

Hope to see you and B out here soon!

Brian
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