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Banter or no banter, I just wanna' hear about the little cal that could!

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What if I'm a drug runner / live aboard?

Then you'd be the most ineffective drug runner in history.


Everybody knows liveaboard boats don't move.

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Hey I know you!

Banter or no banter, I just wanna' hear about the little cal that could!
Cal? Gal?

And nobody 'knows' me, for I'm the original Enigma of old. Like the Sphinx, time and the desert fear me, and seek to bury me.
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Like the Sphinx, time and the desert fear me, and seek to bury me.
You think way too much of yourself if you believe time fears you or is trying to bury you.
If you were to ask me, I believe time simply wants to ignore you, than again I can't speak for time like you can, I can only speak for myself.

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Cal? Gal?

And nobody 'knows' me, for I'm the original Enigma of old. Like the Sphinx, time and the desert fear me, and seek to bury me.
See? It's been so long I didn't even remember the boat. It was a Cat 22.

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I think it was a Cal-22. He wasn't boarded 14 times, he encounterd, that means passed by or saw, which is average in the water he was sailing. I see the boarder patrol, coast gaurd, miami-dade, and FWC, that many times an hour in Miami harbour.

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I think it was a Cal-22. He wasn't boarded 14 times, he encounterd, that means passed by or saw, which is average in the water he was sailing. I see the boarder patrol, coast gaurd, miami-dade, and FWC, that many times an hour in Miami harbour.
Oh I know. I read all the posts last night...Just looking for part 2.

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Oh I know. I read all the posts last night...Just looking for part 2.
I know me to, Maybe "Belize and Back" was either arrested by the boarder parol or pirated and had no legal but leathal form of self defense. he hasn't been around since he started this thread that I know of.

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He came back in the first couple of pages and made some clarifications before promising a part 2 and hinting at a part 3, and then nothing. I was thinking maybe he got to Belize and decided not to come back.

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Re: rammed:by the customs & border patrol

Usually the younger cruiser's don't go beyond the range of their internet or cell phone provider so surley he can drop us an update now and again.

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