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I like to read cruising adventures online--sites like bumfuzzle.com (gasp!) and handleysail.com. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I'd like some new material.
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My favourite. The hard cover book is a great read as well.


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Thanks all. And keep them coming if you stumble on to something else.
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I like this one it has great videos. I hope my Ericson takes me that far!
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I like to read cruising adventures online--sites like bumfuzzle.com (gasp!) and handleysail.com. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I'd like some new material.
This is a really good one. Two young kids and a kat.

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