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HEY EVERYONE ITS ALMOST BAJA HA HA TIME!!! i WILL BE LEAVING BEFORE THE MASS MIGRATION. ANYONE ELSE HEADED SOUTH? MY HUSBAND with 2 DOGS ARE ON OUR WAY TO PANAMA, AND WOULD LOVE TO MEET ANYONE DOING THE SAME. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED CHECK OUT
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Will look for you in San Diego at the kick off party.....

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Don't forget your passport, the requirement is back on as of today.

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Oh...we're gonna have a good winter on sailnet I think!!
Already Fluffy got a rash and 3 teeth pulled for $800!! More dog fun to come I'm sure....
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Don't forget your passport, the requirement is back on as of today.
Passport is mandatory for returning to the States. Birth cert or passport mandatory for getting your 180 day visa when in Mexico. The immi office in Cabo will be packed when the HaHa is over. If you want, you can get your visa before by contacting Joan Irvine at Romero's in Newport Beach. Also, DO NOT forget to get fishing liscences for EVERY crew member and fishing permits for the boat AND the dingy. The only exception is if there is absolutely NO FISHING GEAR on board. The fines can be quite nasty otherwise........


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Please, for the love of all that is right in this world... use the shift key. Not the Caps Lock key. Your blog post was just flat out hard to read...

Hope your trip goes well.
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thanks for fixing my link! sorry about the caps but it is MY blog. I wont be at the party we are leaving on the 12th.
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Whoops-EDIT; Just called Romero's and can no longer provide tourist visas at this time, since the Mexican Gov began charging for them a couple of years ago. Looks like it's going to be either the San Ysidro border crossing (if by land), Ensenada, Cabo or La Paz by boat...........
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Those are some of the fattest, ugliest dogs I have ever seen. On a healthy dog, you can make out the waist and hips, but won't see bones... the rib cage will have a thin layer of fat covering it. This dog looks like it is at least 30% overweight. Very appropriate, considering its name is PIGGY BEAR.


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Those are some of the fattest, ugliest dogs I have ever seen. On a healthy dog, you can make out the waist and hips, but won't see bones... the rib cage will have a thin layer of fat covering it. This dog looks like it is at least 30% overweight. Very appropriate, considering its name is PIGGY BEAR.

I used to watch a lot of Wild Kingdom when I was a kid.

I don't think that's a dog..............
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