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Old 01-23-2007
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G- How long are you going to be there? Are you going to survive being away from the boat for awhile?
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till the 18th Feb....

Its going to be a hard thing to do....God know how I wwill survive...

Oh welll I guess I just have to relax in the sun and drink those Froo Froo Drinks I can't even spell!!

But I will still see the Ocean and the boats......besides, I have to work, so a little professionalism is expected....
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G- I don't remember the name (maybe someone else can help) but when I was in St. T a few years ago there was a dairy that had a ice cream store out in front. They made the best milkshakes and would add liquor to them!!! Excellent for a warm afternoon. (Or good to put the kids to sleep!! )
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G- I don't remember the name (maybe someone else can help) but when I was in St. T a few years ago there was a dairy that had a ice cream store out in front. They made the best milkshakes and would add liquor to them!!! Excellent for a warm afternoon. (Or good to put the kids to sleep!! )
If it is the one on that merchant street that runs parallel to the shore in Charlotte Amalie, I beleive its Hagen Daas??

If its not, let me know, I'll go there and send you photo eating one of those BABY CALMERS!!!
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It is not Hagen Daas! This is a local dairy that makes their own ice cream. We stay in a house out on the point that makes the east side of Magens Bay. The dairy was on the road between the house and the publc beach at Magens Bay.
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Giu,
I think you were on a roll there for awhile. The wife liked the boat and the cuddly, balding Portagee at the helm-seemed to think both looked non-threatening. Not sure what she meant by that.

When she saw the sail with your advertisement on it she changed her opinion. Now she thinks you're one of those Euros cruising the beach at St. Thomas with a skinny Speedo suit with a sock stuffed in the front of it. Not sure which ad provoked that comment. She did mention, about the Trojan advert, that every sail needs some wind to fill it. Not sure what she meant about that either.
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I think you were on a roll there for awhile. The wife liked the boat and the cuddly, balding Portagee at the helm-seemed to think both looked non-threatening. Not sure what she meant by that.

And you never will.....

Now she thinks you're one of those Euros cruising the beach at St. Thomas with a skinny Speedo suit with a sock stuffed in the front of it.
I wonder where she got that idea???? MAybe looking at the "home material"????

Check what I found here.....

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