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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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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!

Marty
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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