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Old 01-07-2007
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an epiphany

The crew abd I dragged the boat to Sydney from Melbourne for the new years eve hols. Had a blast with the fireworks though the wind was horrible during the dyas with all manner of boats dragging. There were so many boats it just staggered me. They dont even pack them that tight at marinas! After the fireworks we snuck up a small creek in middle harbour as we were knackered and wanted a peaceful night. It struck me that when we went out for day sails we always tried to do heaps fo miles, this was cruising and it should be totally relaxed. Did I stike an idea that you guys all know, that its as much about the relaxed lifestyle as owning a boat?
After that of course with 3" of rain overnight in the area, getting literally washed out of the creek, picking up a public mooring for a couple of days and then driving home ( 950ks in 11 hours) I wnt to do it all over again!

Keep it black side down

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