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Some pics from our little over night jaunt to the north west side of the Island last week.
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Nice. 16 years since I was last there.
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Sweet! Is that your kiddo? Pretty water too.

Where were you for Mini season? You go out with the crazys?

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I meant to post these photo's as well.
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Neverind. I did not read well. You were in Honduras last week for Minni. Cool pics!
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Yeah..No, That is Omar the 40 year old boy. We call him that because of his confidence, work ethic and cussing. He works for an up and coming Kite surfing outfit down there. We try to get the locals out with us as much as possible. They don't get much opportunity to enjoy their own island. We missed mini season here but enjoyed conch and lobster all summer down there.
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Yeah..No, That is Omar the 40 year old boy. We call him that because of his confidence, work ethic and cussing. He works for an up and coming Kite surfing outfit down there. We try to get the locals out with us as much as possible. They don't get much opportunity to enjoy their own island. We missed mini season here but enjoyed conch and lobster all summer down there.
Love it. Cant wait to see more pics.

BTW, who was the old guy with the grey gotti? You taking out the retirement home too (hehehehe! Couldn't help myself)!! You and I are about the only ones that are brave enough to post pics of ourselves I guess. Hopefully we can catch up soon.

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Love it. Cant wait to see more pics.

BTW, who was the old guy with the grey gotti? You taking out the retirement home too (hehehehe! Couldn't help myself)!! You and I are about the only ones that are brave enough to post pics of ourselves I guess. Hopefully we can catch up soon.

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Yeah, 42 and lov'n it. I'm more apt to post a pic of myself now that I would of been 10 years ago. I earned every one of them grey hairs.
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A couple more shots of the island....
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Since I'll be state side 'till Nov. I put her behind a friends house at a private dock, fancy huh? They give a 90 day Cruising Permit and then it's 20 bucks a month per extension. I'm paying him 100 bucks a month to look after her.
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