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Got waked.....shotgun and cooler lost overboard. Got a beer?
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Thanks for the photos, especially the one of Chuckles and his old boat. Faster, did anyone tell you you're an evil bastage...

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some pics taken new years day a bit south of faster!

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Great pics and thanks. We are getting snow again today and the rest of the week we will be lucky if the temp goes above 10f...... Spring is in the sights though... long range sights though.

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Thanks for these pictures! It was -13 here this morning!

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As much as I love the summer sailing season, I'm certain that I'd miss this view at the end of my street.


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