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Teaching two classes out on beautiful Lake Pontchartrain, beginners in the morning, not-so-beginners in the afternoon, on a Beneteau 7.5 sport boat.
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Heading to the North Sound of Virgin Gorda to jump on a stink pot and do some fishing off of the drop.
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Working on the boat on Saturday... on Sunday, going to a friend's graduation party, since he just got his master's degree.

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I meant to go out today (Friday), but the wind was blowin something fearsome, so we stayed in our slip and did some cleaning instead. Thought I had the refrig problem solved, but I didn't...back to the drawing board. This weekend I'll probably help out at a booth for the USPS in the Oceanside Harbor.
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Same thing I've done every weekend since the first of the year-working on the boat so I can hopefully launch sometime before summer is over. Thanks for asking . My son on the other hand is currently moored at Jones Island (south side) enjoying this fantastic weather we are having in the PNW in the boat I spent 15 years making perfect. I'm starting to suspect that he's a lot smarter than I am .

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Yup, he is... Bet you paid for all the upgrading and restoring of that boat too...
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Same thing I've done every weekend since the first of the year-working on the boat so I can hopefully launch sometime before summer is over. Thanks for asking . My son on the other hand is currently moored at Jones Island (south side) enjoying this fantastic weather we are having in the PNW in the boat I spent 15 years making perfect. I'm starting to suspect that he's a lot smarter than I am .

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This is our annual treck to Canada in the land yacht to do some Fly Fishing for Kamloops ranbows...Boats still ball and chained to the hard anyway..
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So far so good... Dinner cruise Thursday night... Winds 10 - 15kts, Friday, another dinner cruise... winds 0 - 10 knots... Warm weather, beautiful sunset, good company, good food. Dare I ask the leadership team for another cruise tonight?

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David,

I am going to assume that since there was not a "Kyrie" in her slip, the admiral must have let you out for another night to go to Kingston?

Friday and today were wonderful north of shilshoal towards Richmond Beach!

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I am going to assume that since there was not a "Kyrie" in her slip, the admiral must have let you out for another night to go to Kingston?

Friday and today were wonderful north of shilshoal towards Richmond Beach!

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Yep.. .took the admiral and the kids for dinner cruise #3! Again, great sailing. I'm proud to say that my 14-year-old daughter sailed the whole way back, including exiting and entering the slip.

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