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Crew spot available

Are you hot? Can you sail? Can you cook? How do you look in a bikini, or without? Are you fearless?

Additional crew to round up the compliment may be needed. A new lycra suit was made up (diving suit) for a missing crewmember, never worn, size small, 36DD. The Italians tourists up here in Baja would never fit. This is not a solicition for 2nd mate or anything like that, this will be part of a photo essay of the northern sea of cortez.

Research and exploration vessel "Blythe Spirit" currently in La Paz, to summer in the whale breeding grounds of northern Sea of Cortez. If you're afraid of whales rubbing against the anchor chain and dragging the boat a few yards, don't consider this.

Prefer "Boomer" generation, but wanna be's considered. Question: Where is Jim Morrison buried? If you can answer that, email me for particulars.

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Where ya'll keep'n the wimmin 'round here?
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Pull the thread, crew found.

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Oh man, and words cannot describe how I look in a bikini

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There is a wild portagee that would look good in a bikini that posts on here. Too bad the spot is taken!:rol leyes:

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Wink

You got it dog, right now, I'm trying to turn this bachelor floating pad into something appropriate for a female.

I've changed the white satin sheets for maroon satin sheets, watered the plants on the ledge aft of the captains bed, washed the windows, and got rid of 2 weeks of dirty dishes in the sink, dumped some muriatic acid down the head(s), and tomorrow, I'll wash the boat inside and out, and then turn the hose on myself. Maybe even shave.

By the way, there are a couple pictures of her in my photo gallery, the big bustioed one, titled " first mate from somewhere to somewhere" or something like that. It's my botanical artist friend. Internationally published. Very well known in the pointalist gendre.

I like this girl, even though we're a generation apart, might be the re-start of something . . .well, semi-serious. NAAAwwww, can't let that happen!

The clincher was I sent her an email telling her I'd had some skins custom made size M with 36DD chest size. I don't think she could stand the idea of someone else filling her suit.

Company is good, I ain't St. Joshua Slocum for god's sake!!

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