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post #56 of Old 11-19-2012
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Re: rammed:by the customs & border patrol

Originally Posted by Capt.aaron View Post
Because that's where we live, The Key's, I have a House in Guanaja Honduras, and I deliver boats all over the Caribbean, Been living here my whole life, working commercial tug's, sailboat's, dive boat's. I work harbour tug's in and out of Miami the Bahama's. That's why I supose. Funny thing is your avitar is a happy pirate shooting a cartoon cannon.
I'm quoting my own post to clear the air. I understand Chuck "Vega" is a seagoing salt and I am Impressed with his accomplishments. Two sailnetters have alerted me to who he and has wife are. His question as to why anyone would cruise the Caribbean or S.W. fla. prompted my response, I meant no dis-respect , and as I was writing took note of his avitar and had a little chuckle, I would have said the same thing to him with a pat on the back and a smile over a pint in a pub.

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