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Smile NW Cruiser's Party in Poulsbo!

Hi all, it's time again for the 6th Annual Latitudes & Attitudes NW Cruiser Party. As always, the party is FREE for one and all and features free food and drink, with music by the Eric Stone Band. Plus, Bob and Jody are coming up again and will raffle off a one-week Sunsail charter in the Caribbean as the Grand Prize.

This year's event is this Saturday, August 11 in Poulsbo, WA. We had the party there in "Little Norway" two years ago and it was estimated that more than 70 boats and 1,500 people showed up (it's an easy drive/ferry from downtown Seattle), so we're expecting another big crowd. And, as usual this is a family event with activities for all ages. If you have pirate garb, bring it! There's a big group of scallywags that dress up every year.

We have a bunch of slips set aside for us in the city marina, but those are available on a "first come, first served" basis. If you've never been to Pouslbo, the town's quaint little "Scandinavian" downtown is right there, so it's a pretty neat little stop.

See you there!
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