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Excellent.. Glad to hear you're okay.
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Originally Posted by ianhlnd View Post
Zihuatanejo Mexico
swung with the ebb and flow about 5 or 6 times. softly grounded on one outgoing. sea level dropped maybe 6 feet plus. Glad I put a new swivel on the anchor. I'd left 150 feet of chain out in 15 ft of water expecting a higher surge, never happened. Not too exciting as far as events go

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