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I don't know that i would go to too much trouble putting a mattress in for Joel and Jayme. Newlyweds can make do with any flat surface. Nice pics. Your a lucky man
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G- Sounds like a great day was had by all. I'm very envious. (You gotta get a new hat!)

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Thanks for sharing, and happy birthday to Luis.

BTW. the monument is: pedrao dos descobrimentos.
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Giu, great photos, thanks for sharing and I enjoyed the photos!!!!
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"We saw some of Fred's races, and then we entered the dock and docked by this thing here...who can tell what it is...it's by Fred's club."

Isn't that the monument to Prince Henry the Navigator (as he's known in English). BTW - I've never been to Portugal unfortunately.

Alex: Love that blue dodger.
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Nice to see your family all together!
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Nice Pics Alex.

Seriously looking forward to seeing the G Boat up close.

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Wonderful shots.. wonderful family, fantastic day. Thanks!

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Alex:
Thanks for sharing your great day with us. Envy doesn't quite cover it. You are livin the dream.
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look, I am in one of those photos

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