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Go easy, heck no, take them for the ride of their life! If I flew half way around the world, I would want speed speed speed! Sounds like a downwind sail will be in order! fun fun fun!

Enjoy the trip!

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Val & all,

Hope you have a great time!! Make sure you write, "Val was here!" in the head to leave your mark. Nah, Giu won't mind. (smile)

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Val & all,

Hope you have a great time!! Make sure you write, "Val was here!" in the head to leave your mark. Nah, Giu won't mind. (smile)

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OK...they are here!!! heheheheehe

actually the first thing Mark did was fix a leak on my head!!! What a concidence!! But unfortunately there was no **** there...it had been disassembled for overhaul...damn...I'll get him next time...He promissed to make his own ****!!

By the way, these guys are very nice..let's see tomorrow when we get going...

Anyway, TommyT arrived at 9 am, Valiente at 8 pm..

Tom spent the day with me at the marina, and helped around..he drank Portuguese beer, and coffe and caipirinha!!!

Here is me with Tom..he's the ugly one!!!



Here is Giulietta spalshing...nice rudder..



Here is my new trend....KEEL ART!!!



Splashing



Splashed



We treated them both to a nice dinner cooked by Giulietta and we're off tomorrow at 11 am...they are sleeping now...wimps...

See you guys next week!!

Bye

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....these cloud formations worry me!
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Awe, come on. All the girls are wearing them!!!!!

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