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Old 11-21-2010
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Thanks for the links Capitalistnyc ...

Yes I have seen this documentary on the History channel it has shown twice this year in the desert of AZ.

Have been hopeing there will soon be a Sailing channel !
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"Sea change" is available at BN or amazon. The others are free to all below. I haven't read either but starting one today. Which one first LL66c?

"The long way"
The Long Way - Google Books


"A world of my own"
A World of My Own - Google Books
Yah, there you go! Never thought of google books. I wonder if they convert to kindle?

I'm still reading Moutessier, along with two others that i'm in the middle of. I'm bad about that! The Voyages of Joshua Slocum is really cool too. If you haven't read that then your not allowed to be a sailor - from what i've heard anyways.
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Slocum is also a must.

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