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Re: Key West for a drink?

I don't have an accent!

its you Americans that do!
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Re: Key West for a drink?

I may convice my wife to drive down to Key West from NY next Christmas.

I know I ought to sail, but the round trip would use up a lot of my vacation time. Plenty of time for that once I retire.

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Re: Key West for a drink?

It would take the whole vacation to sail down and quite frankly the ICW is not worth it. There's some lovely places but not enough and on a B50 you would be on the mud... So it would have to be outside. Not nice going down.

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Re: Key West for a drink?

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It would take the whole vacation to sail down and quite frankly the ICW is not worth it. There's some lovely places but not enough and on a B50 you would be on the mud... So it would have to be outside. Not nice going down.

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I agree. Not to mention our air draft is 68 feet. It's "aim for Bermuda and miss" to get down there.

I could hire a delivery crew instead, but that would be like hiring someone to eat your steak.

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I could hire a delivery crew instead, but that would be like hiring someone to eat your steak.
And kick the bones under your carpet.

I dunno, but my boat is my home. I don't like other people sleeping in my bed. Ummmmm I'm not clarifying that, ya know what I mean


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