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Infinite diamonds sparkle sparkle from the waves,
the hull travels through space.
Before you the destination beckons,
a promise.
Around you the world turns,
clouds above telegraph your day,
waves mimick and whisper there hidden secrets.
Your manmade surroundings are insignificant.
There is only your spirit.
and your movement.
The winds of your spirit soar.
You are balanced. You exist:
and with the grace of God,
you move.
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Gui,
I like the bit about when the kids leave home. The way kids are these days you might just get that Ketch at the same time as the walking stick and a pension.
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Business trip ....................well if ya gotta work. So do you need any employee's to do this leg work to keep you from surrering soooooooo. Great looking vessel and nice photo's Thank YOU I'm off to Hawaii to visit my daughter this Wednesday I hope to get some sailing in while I am there also. Fair Winds
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oops!!!!!!!! suffering....
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
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Infinite diamonds sparkle sparkle from the waves,
the hull travels through space.
Before you the destination beckons,
a promise.
Around you the world turns,
clouds above telegraph your day,
waves mimick and whisper there hidden secrets.
Your manmade surroundings are insignificant.
There is only your spirit.
and your movement.
The winds of your spirit soar.
You are balanced. You exist:
and with the grace of God,
you move.
Lonebull

Very nice, thank you for the post. Thank you.
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Thanks for the photos and story.

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Lonebull...ya gotta keep that poetry stuff to a minimum lest we start calling you lonesteer!!
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Sorry about that. I'll keep it surface level.
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Ferdinand sitting beneath the cork tree again?
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
Loewe...

Man...can you explain what you mean?? please?
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