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Will definitely look into that. It really is hard to have someone basically steal your home. We enjoyed two years of living on that beautiful boat and trusted these people to come up with the rest of the money when they sold their house. Fooled us! We found them twice before but they seem to be one step ahead, both times when our lawyer tried to serve them they had "Just Left" & no forwarding address. We always found other "liveaboard" people to be more down to earth, and fun to be around, how could we not trust them?
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You might try adding this post to "Sailing Anarchy.com" they have a very active forum. Good luck.
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Thank you for the Sailing Anarchy forum information. I just posted on there too. I really appreciate all the responses and tips we get.
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This should get you directly to the slide show of Hydra. Please keep an eye out for this boat and email us with the location.

http://ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/Isl...41/spshow/819b
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It doesn't. It goes to a member login/signup page.
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Okay thanks, I'll keep trying and maybe figure out a way to get pictures out there without having to email individually.
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Post the photos on Flickr.com and then send us a link to the slide show. That should do it, and Flickr.com doesn't require membership to view them, if you've set the photos up as public.
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Sailingdog - Thank you, that was very easy to do. We now have Hydra on Flickr.com. Please let me know if it works. THANKS
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I have not had much luck getting links to work. Please let me know. Thanks too for all the support.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronandkellypen/

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