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post #6 of Old 09-20-2007
No I dont remember
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Hi Lancer, I noticed that myself. Then it happened to a buddy of mine . He bought a Catalina 27ft er in Baltimore MD and cruised it down the ICW to Palm Beach along the way he collected a lifetimes worth of stories . Engine failure . Storms on the Chessapeke . Long waits for parts on Durfuskie Island with crazy locals adopting him . Hunkering down at Beaufort NC to let huricanes pass by. He had many many more tales to tell from his trip . Then something happened to him. He got to Florida got his wee boat a slip at Riveira Beach Marina and never sailed it ever again. He sold it some 4 or 5 months later . I dont know what the deal was , but his sailing days were over . I guess he just had all the adventure he could take and that was that. Sad really , I hope that never happens to me.
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