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3min from work and 40min from home
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zero minutes, liveaboard
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1 mile. 5 minutes.
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A year ago it was 50 miles. Today, it's 50 paces or about 30 seconds.
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One hour to the boat. 5 mnutes from marina to lake.
Makes for easy day trips.
However with this new hip, I'm more or less "grounded" for the time being.
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2-2 1/2 hours from Pittsburgh to Erie. Depends on traffic/construction and when we leave. We usually head up Friday night and leave Sunday evening. Its a long drive but allways worth it!
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3.5 hours by plane - then one hour to marina. But I can stay as long as I want once I get there......and since she is in FL that will be in the winter.
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I have a 45 min commute from my new house to the boat.
If I leave right from work, I can make the Wednesday evening beer can races!!
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Five minute walk.

All down hill luckily (and naturally here in Maine). We used to travel to the boat so this is very enjoyable in contrast.
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