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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

I do like the new Avatar DR .....

Good to see you are enjoying yourself, do hurry back, I'm alone here with some creepy dude on a Catalina.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

A front came through so we may be in St. Augustine another day. We'll decide in the morning. This picture of Rhapsody in Blue was taken by a friend of Jaye and Dan as they overtook us on their sail home from the Bahamas. And sailed on. Dang catamaran.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

Here is us sailing
Rhapsody in Blue Sailing off the Florida Coast. - YouTube

Crew still has not mutiny.
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Crew still has not mutiny.
That's because you didn't bring a) RockDawg, or b) a sushi chef with you.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

You could pick a lot worse places to wait out the weather than St. Augustine.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

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That's because you didn't bring a) RockDawg, or b) a sushi chef with you.
...nor 15 days or more at sea
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

"Wine 'O Clock". Love it. I've heard of "Beer-thirty", but not this one.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

Elephants are marching and surrounding us. Going to stop for the night in Jacksonville on the St Johns river. Should finish the trip tomorrow.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

Brunswick's a great place to ride out the hurricane season. I plan (?) on heading north towards St. Simons this coming week, maybe I'll catch up to y'all along the ditch.When depends on how much fun I have in St. Augustine or Fernandina Beach or if I stop at Cumberland island.
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Re: Tropical Storm SailNet Marching Up the East Coast

but, mike, they ARE the storm....lol.....
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