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Tropical Storm ALEX

First one of the season.

Tropical Storm ALEX

"When in command, command." -- Admiral Nimitz

Difference between a power boater and a sailor out on the water: A power boater is going some place special, a sailor is already there.

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Lucky for us down here in the gulf coast, the path will take it just away from the oil spill. At least thats what is predicted so far.

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It will be the strong Easterly flow North of Alex that will bring the oil inland along the AL,LA,and Ms. coast..Even if it heads to Texas that Easterly flow will be trouble
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And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by...and a compass...and a GPS...and a backup GPS...and a radar...and a good diesel engine...and a refrigerator...and solar panels...and a wind generator...and a watermaker...and a comfortable berth...

You forgot a willing and friendly companion. Hopefully of the other Gender...

Another storm/hurricane? Gesh almighty... that seems to happen every year. One of these days I'm going to move.

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You forgot a willing and friendly companion. Hopefully of the other Gender...
I got that covered. The Admiral is the one making the demands!

"When in command, command." -- Admiral Nimitz

Difference between a power boater and a sailor out on the water: A power boater is going some place special, a sailor is already there.

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