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Don_Bentley 06-23-2003 11:17 AM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
Need information from a recent visitor to Fort Jefferson concerning shoaling and channel conditions, anchoring and/or mooring in the park.

Stede 06-23-2003 02:19 PM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
Don_Bentley,

I was at Ft.Jefferson back in late April. For more information, you might want to take a look at my comments under the " Cruising" topic - then "Southwest Fl to Dry Tortugas." I''m too lazy to type it all again ;^)

DuaneIsing 06-24-2003 04:12 AM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
Don,

If you are looking for Stede''s Dry Tortugas comments, you''ll need to look under the "Learning to Sail" topic.

Duane

DuaneIsing 06-24-2003 04:13 AM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
Don Bentley,

Are you the Florida Sailing School instuctor I met in Feb at Burnt Store Marina?

Duane

Stede 06-24-2003 12:23 PM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
Thanks for the correction Duane. As my daughter would say.." my bad."

thefantasea 06-27-2003 07:48 PM

For Jefferson, Dry Tortugas
 
I''m too lazy to type it all again ;^)

I, too, am too lazy to re-type things. I prefer to copy & paste, as above.

Stede 06-29-2003 05:39 PM

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thefantasea,

My apologies to you.Apparently,the fact that I didn''t "cut and paste" caused you some concern. At the time, I was at work.We stay pretty busy working on programmable logic controllers,analyzing predictive data,trouble-shooting direct current drives, networks,etc,etc.I just had a few minutes to "jump" (that''s a term I sometimes use for getting on a computer-I don''t actually jump on it..),and read the recent posts. When I saw one that I thought I could provide some useful information to, I tried to steer the sailor to a previous post I had made.My recollection of where the prior post was located at was also incorrect.Oh well, as they say,"haste,makes waste." Hey, I know. There''s a search function for finding previous topics on this board. Maybe you could instruct the originator of this post on how to use it since you''re computer savvy.


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