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Faster I still think it is cruel even though the pics are great to look at you don't have to rub it in.

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Faster I still think it is cruel even though the pics are great to look at you don't have to rub it in.

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Sorry.... but realize that it's Fuzzy that's actually in those kinds of conditions now, we're generally cowering out of the rain.

No blue skies here today.....

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Okay Faster I forgive you and I'm sorry but it is all the snow and cold getting on my mind I'll just look more at this

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Yeah, I guess we do at that...

Nice shots, td. Ye olde cockpit looks positively civilized (or do you lot still use civilised?) More complete report to follow?
Positively civilised indeedeedo. Report will follow as soon as I get my head around this back to work business and upload rest of the pics.

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Let me guess...Jervis Inlet???? Nice photos Ron, I miss the summer.


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This is the variety of weather we got last week while cruising. It started out nice.

Major Islet - Sunshine Coast


Approaching Seymour Narrows


Hole In The Wall


Beazley Passage


Bold Bay


Crescent Channel


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Great shots, Steve... looks chilly ...(and quiet/uncrowded!)

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That Bold Bay looks like an interesting place to check out. Is there an old logging camp or something nearby?

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That Bold Bay looks like an interesting place to check out. Is there an old logging camp or something nearby?
Don't know but I would say yes, I only just discovered that bridge this trip. It's an old logging bridge and there used to be a substantial dock there but it looks like it's long gone. Bold Bay is just north of Crescent Bay which is very interesting but go very slowly, looks like good kayaking country.


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Great shots, Steve... looks chilly ...(and quiet/uncrowded!)
The furnace kept us nice and toasty warm, thank you Dickinson. Only saw commercial traffic, everyone else was hunkered down and off the water I would guess.


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