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I would consider early June. Nothing after. I have been in too many Hurricanes to trust fate again!! Of course, if there was no global warming I would not have this problem!! (Smile)

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Hey Beezer!
If you for any reason need to come in this way let me know be glad to help anyway I possible could Weather gets bad you can hole up here we'd be glad to have ya.
Where you going for cane season?

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Most likely heading up the Coast, or spend the summer on the Tennessee River system. No firm plans yet, just have to see how the season shapes up. And Matt, would help to know where "here" is. Appreciate the offer.

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Well Pb I am the guy that eases his sheets if it means spilling his drink!!! At least your epoxy gives the apperance of caring how fast you go. My sails flapping in the wind portray just the opposite!!!!!

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To hell with it CD, epoxy the sails, that will stop the blighters from flapping.

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Make em to hard to roll up you silly Wombat

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Im pretty familliar with the coast from Mobile to Appalachacola if you need any help.Thought I had that on there sorry

You might like this it shows the gulf stream in the gulf for four days. windows doesn't like the certificate but it is ok its a goverment site.https://www.navo.navy.mil/cgi-bin/an...40/84/0-0-17/2

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