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That's the same person!!

I think...
I think they are different, at least the sunglasses appear to be different between the shots. I do think the one in the pulpit is potentially cute but who can tell from that shot. Anyway they are all way cuter than my last crew.

Anyway, I maintain there are 4 different girls, the 3 traveling together, then one more, so lets play guess the grouping.

My guess is the 3 photos (hat, crewcut and sorta the cute butch girl)to the right were the original 3 from the bicycle tour. My guess on who stayed is that the girl in the hat was one that chose to remain aboard along with the addition of the "pulpit" girl leaving the two more "boyish" looking ones (not that there's anything wrong with that) to continue on their bike journey.

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cp; how do you feel about harry legged girls on boats?
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Needing company after the two night trip, I went ashore and found 3 young Canadians traveling from BC to the tip of Baja by bicycle. Wonderful young ladies, adventurous and full of curiousity. They became my crew for the next 300 miles, where two were dropped off, one stayed, and another found to make two.
OK.

At first I thought there were only three. Now I see there were 3, one of those stayed, then another brought on board.

I hope the two hot ones stayed!!
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cp; how do you feel about harry legged girls on boats?
Perhaps an armpit check is in order??

Then a bikini-line check!!
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You guys are a tough crowd! Seriously, I think you are rationalizing your own jealousy into terms you can comprehend and deal with. When was the last time any of us picked up four girls and took them sailing for 300 miles? Admit it, Ian's the pimp of sailnet.


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Actually, Ian's the DOM of sailnet... But he'd probably prefer to be a SSC instead.

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Actually, Ian's the DOM of sailnet... But he'd probably prefer to be a SSC instead.
I don't know what you're talking about. Must be computer lingo.


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Ok, enough speculation, the three on the right, are the bicycle girls, the one on the far left, just a hitch hiker. Top center and right got off in La Paz, left and bottom center stayed to Mazatlan.

Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart.

What's DOM or SSC? In respect to Dad's sensitivites of showing degrading photos of semi or unclad women, these photos seemed to fit the G rating rules of SailNet. In other words, I'm still working on em.

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Where ya'll keep'n the wimmin 'round here?

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Ok, enough speculation, the three on the right, are the bicycle girls, the one on the far left, just a hitch hiker. Top center and right got off in La Paz, left and bottom center stayed to Mazatlan.

Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart.

What's DOM or SSC?

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....Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart...
OK Ian, you know how it works here in Sailnet - without pictures it didn't happen!

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