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post #9 of Old 03-07-2011
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Originally Posted by tylarvinal View Post
I am from North Alabama and one of my life's goals is to learn to sail a larger sailboat...........
This is quite a drift off the thread topic, but it's important to know that all the skills of learning on a small sailboat transfer to the big ones!

........back to the heat in Florida..........We notice that the summer highs in south Florida are lower than the summer highs in north Florida; however, there is less cooling at night in the south of Florida. A typical summer day in Key Largo can be 85 at noon and 85 at midnight, while Jacksonville can be 90 at noon and 70 at midnight. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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