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Old 04-17-2012
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Re: Are you launched yet?

On the wrong side of the ridge.? That's what West Jet is for. Follow the birds to Victoria and sail the Juan de Fuca . LMD STC ? OGR (old gaffers rule)
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Originally Posted by wingNwing View Post
Wabamum, you cracked me up! Here's wishing you a speedy transition from skipper of an LMD* to skipper of your cruising yacht.

* LMD = Large Mahogany Desk. My last few years of work, husband Dan coached sailing at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, he was skipper of what they acronymed (is that a word?) as STC - Sail Training Craft. Not to be outdone, I had to figure out what kind of vessel I skippered. LMD.

Skipper LMD - my wife thought that was great ! I live in fear of the monogram hat mysterioulsy appearing on my boat!

One of our sons has just accepted a job in New Hampshire so hoping we may be able to extend our sailing season through some early and end of season visits where we can experience New England sailing opportunities. Being originally from New Brunswick somewhat familiar with the wonderful sailling in that part of the world.
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