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Raining like heck up here too - but relatively "warm" in the mid- 50s.

If this keeps up, I'll have to deploy the life boat that's kept up under the garden shed . . .

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Sunny. 63 degrees. Wind west 10-20.

Oh, California. I'm headed out for 8-10 days, harbor hopping south, a week from today.

I so envy Giulietta his cruising grounds with NO moorings. But I will refrain from repeating my Catalina Island rant. This time.

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Stop complaining about the weather! While it may be a bit cool and rainy down in the Keys, our poor brothers and sisters up north are getting more snow and cold weather.

I still remember how hard it was to patiently wait for spring (May) to arrive so we could take the shrink-wrap off the boat and get ready for our 5-month boating season.

Question to the Boot Key Harbor folks. Is Castaways restaurant still open? It was located up on a canal behind Burdines. Used to serve the best alligator appetizer in the world!
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Haven't gone in there, but Castaways appears to be open. Overseas Bar had to close though.
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our poor brothers and sisters up north are getting more snow and cold weather.
Now don't ya'll southerners worry none 'bout us "poor" ol' nartherners - ya'll hear?

Up here on Narragansett Bay, RI, weather's gorgeous. The sun's drying out that rain we got yesterday, trees are budding and haven't seen any of that snow since late January.
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