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30 minutes to the harbor, launch and motor out to boat about 15 minutes.

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Hey stuffit "Get a life"
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3,346 nautical miles, at the moment.
(Oklahoma to Oahu.)


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Ouch, Bob, you have me beat! I live 1,000 miles, from Missouri to Annapolis, Maryland. Which is why I live aboard spring to fall! This will be the 9th season of doing the trek but I've calculated we spend more actual hours of sailing now, then we did when the boat was an hour away.
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12 miles, about 20min.
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I'm 2 hours of hard driving if I don't stop for supplies.
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SF Bay traffic, um, 30 minutes at 2am, 60 minutes at 8am.
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three hours one way right now, but I am moving aboard next week, so that takes care of that!!
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Ouch, Bob, you have me beat! I live 1,000 miles, from Missouri to Annapolis, Maryland.
We were in Chesapeake the summer before last. Somehow we turned right instead of left and ended up in in Hawaii. Aleutians are next...


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A little over three hours. Although there are lakes closer, we decided to put the boat on Lake Erie and although it is a long drive, we go up on Friday night and come back on Sunday. We just make sure the weather will be good.
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12 minutes / 4 miles
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