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post #22 of Old 11-12-2012
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Re: My Escape Plan - Insights Wanted

CD, I'll keep an eye out for you. I'll buy the first couple of round's. I'm thinking Dante's, pool w/ waterfall for the kids and umbrella tables with service for the big kid's and close to the dingy dock.
Insurance, it's true I got away with it for over 20 years, but will probably buy some sort of minimal package this year (reluctantly) as I know insurance company's generally find a loop hole to not pay anyway's. At 41 and 3/4's I am now becoming a more responsable citizen ( reluctantly). as a singlehandling dude, who finds comfort in dim light, soft jazz music a good book and a bottle of rum, and as long as the rain is only falling on my feet and not dripping on my head, I am as cozy as can be. the amount of electricity I don't use would astound most cruisers. The freedom I have due to the lack of need's has been the foundation of my ability to live the life for so long. This bare bones type of adventure cruising is not for every body. I feel guilty, like I'm betraying myself when I get on the cumfy gadget yacht's that I deliver, that's just me. I think Eric the Red, (ETR) will find a nice balance and seem's to have all the right finances, training, and attitude to be quite successful as a liveaboard cruiser. best of luck to you man.

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