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post #7 of Old 05-24-2002
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Electric cooking

Good for you, Don! Although I feel for you losing Otto. Fernandina is lovely - spent the "Storm of The Century" there. If you anchored out, maybe you did so in a litle cove just north of the Amelia Island Marina that had two boats hauled in at that time, once they could get to them, when the water returned to that side of FL.

Propane is much cleaner than other fuels, and much more cost efficient than electric, tho you do have to check your lines periodically for leaks. Please noone forget that propane is heavier than air, and check for leaks before retiring if you''ve been in a jostle or heavy air the day before, just in case. Takes just a moment and you usually have dishsoap ready from the dinner dishes.

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