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Gulf Crossing FL -> LA

moving my boat back to LA, cross gulf effort 4-6 days (depending on lulls), preference to contributors or your statement of love of sailing (send everything lol, I enjoy reading) erm.. first part of August 2009
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maybe even a south wind!
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may be interested. 4 Gulf crossings under my belt. Helped move a 32' sail from canaveral to Mandeville last month. I live in BR and have boat in Mandeville. Very familiar with Gulf Coast. Sailing my whole life, age 36. very easy to get along with, and handy with all aspects of boat repair/ maint.
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delaying crossing

wished I had seen your message earlier,
tried several times to go out,
seems to be an air issue maybe with the engine,
in any case due to school starting and
whats looks to be like some weather coming
this way, delaying indefininatly...


... also boat for sale while it stays.


perhaps we can sail when I get a few days off in school

(really would like to have my boat back in mandeville).
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You move that boat of yours yet, Bruce? Sounds terrifying. I'm in if the offer's still open. dailywarren at yahoo.com
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seems a couple of days opened up. sailing tomorrow. who's aboard?
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