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You guys are gonna have company this year.
The "Emily Marie" is going to make an appearance.
Jim (T34), are you in? Were towing Guy's boat up for a couple of weeks sometime this season and going to spend a couple of weekends exploring up there.
This is what I do when I sail on Guy's boat, keep going till you touch the bottom than turn.
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Summer.... hmmmm I think I saw that in a movie once...
Just to contrast though - I lived in the Caribbean for 5 years (Aruba). Ontario, Canada is a liiiittle different.

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I think it is great you are moving there in the spring. That means you'll already be all set to enjoy the one week of summer!
Oh, com'on now... we get at least a week and a half.


I think we had 30 nights anchored out last year and didn't pull until late October. One advantage to being in a marina with a travel lift as apposed to a club that brings in a crane for 2 lift out dates. Clubs pull early October no matter the weather. We can set our own date.
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