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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

Wow. This is truly sad news. Wolf was one of the first people I chatted with when I was buying my boat. My sincerest condolences to his loved ones.
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

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If you see a big, tall, handsome kid with lots of dark hair and glasses hanging around the docks up there that's my son Spike. Make friends with him. I'm sure the two of you will get along great.
+1. And you two take Alicia out for a nice sail.
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

So sad. I was hoping to meet him this comming weekend if I can make Perry’s rendezvous. His last post: Port Townsend WA to San Fransisco CA
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

Damn, this is sorry news... I'm going out to watch a beautiful sunset, a glass will be raised in his memory...

Always enjoyed Wolf's posts, definitely seemed like he was one of those guys who would be cool to run into someday... By the look of his pic in his profile, definitely WAY too young to have already crossed the bar...

Yet again, a sad and sobering reminder our time here is short, and there's a powerful logic to the advice to Go Simple, and Go NOW...

RIP Wolf...
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

Wolf... may the good Wind be always in your favor, may the great Sea always be kind.
Enjoyed your posts and found them very useful.
We are going to miss you, dude...
Farewell my friend... an oar salute for you...
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

This news (stinks). Fair winds, Wolf.
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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

God bless Wolfie. You were one who I corresponded with regularly on SN though PM. Your spirit will live on. Fair winds and calm seas.

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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

Sad news. I enjoyed conversations with him in the Chat area. He was always very enthusiastic and looked forward to heading south.

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