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Donna, how do you think they're keeping warm?

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Making a o of it today....next stop Hampton Roads

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Looks like a great day for it!

Still shoveling snow here today.

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Re: Heading south

Well we just dropped the hook in Hampton and were greeted by a pelican that came over to the boat to give us a good looking at. Jeepers looked back at him, probably thinking " what a strange duck that is. Boats are rafted up, the hook is set well and now after 6 hours of squinting into the sun its time to put the feet up, put some music on and have a drink.

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Re: Heading south

Michael,

Ya, you and that pelican are way late. It would have been a much more pleasant journey south 2 months ago. Glad you made it down the bay ok. The lower bay can be a rough place this time of year. What's your final destination?

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The goal is Hilton head ( S/C )as I have a bit of work lined up there for the winter. After that.... who knows.

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Re: Heading south

Funny, I spent January at Shelter Cove Marina in Hilton Head on my way south about 5 years ago. Nice enough place, although the bath house was a bit of a hike from my slip. After visiting Hilton head, Charleston and Savannah, Charleston would be my choice to spend the winter in that area.

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Re: Heading south

Well we get a free slip in hilton head and the comute to work is a lot shorter for me as the slip is right at the work place. about 50 yards
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