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Butterflies and Cruising Memories

Just thought I'd share a recent blog post about one of favorite memories made while cruising with our children. Check it out here: Butterflies and Cruising Memories.
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Re: Butterflies and Cruising Memories

That's a great memory for everyone!

My kids tell a butterfly story too. But it's about how dad's such a bad sailer that the butterflies sometimes overtake the boat (actually happened).
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Re: Butterflies and Cruising Memories

Very nice KW.
The butterfly is a very appropriate symbol for how sailing can metamorphose each of us to life on the wing, as well as the growth of young things to adulthood.
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Re: Butterflies and Cruising Memories

Its nice blog.
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