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Eek Gads!

Anyone have the next photo in this sequence?

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Holy cow!!

Charlie, is that for real?!?!?


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He would get to the dock faster if he had the spinnaker flying.


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I see the skipper is bent over trying to read his charplotter, "now there should be a jetty up here somewhere on the right....".

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This is a "no wake" zone, fool!!
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Here's the rest of the sequence:

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I would title this photo "Puck'er Up Time"

Waiting to see the next photos in this series, but I suspect one of those photos may be titled " Puck'er Up Failed. Now In Deep S--t".

Rode waves one quarter this size into Cape May, NJ back in 1999. Still can feel the pucker.
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The last frame shows them going back to try it again!!!
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