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Great log, I can definitely relate. Thanks for sharing, and for the laughs!
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Sounds like a typical day at sea LOL
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Sounds like a typical day at sea LOL
And isn't that just grand? :-)
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Thanks for the laughs. Hope your calf gets better soon, your child feels better now, you find your propeller, you get the anchor light up you got for christmas, and the new GPS is installed. Once everything gets back to normal it will be time for another day on the water. Can't wait for a new entry in the captain's log.
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...everything gets back to normal... ?

I thought that this was the normal state for a sailor?
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Re: First Captains' Log . . . Enjoy

Sounds like a pretty typical sailors log actually. It shows you think "outside the boat" nice anchor light! GPS - eh, they are just fancy electronic charts anyway.
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