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Re: A family day... what do sailors do?

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Originally Posted by T37Chef View Post
I think you have us confused...please dont ever do that again!

That first picture is taken from a stream looking out to Wortn Creek, on the "outside". It an adventure wading up it, all kinds of fun criters and wildlife inlcuding a Bald Eagles nest (s), turltles, snakes, etc...
Yeah please dont confuse us againHes the good looking one....Hes the nicer one,,,Im the crumudgeon who cant spell ( although by the looks of his post he spelled Worton wrong)...hes got little kids...my youngest is 31...hes still working...I am getting ready to retire...hes the redneck...I am the moderate.

We are friends and collegues though and keep our boats within a 1/4 mile of each other
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