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Catalina!!!

Way to go. You can't buy experience like that. Thanks for sharing. Love the pics.
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Great job. We've done this run several times, and once when a gale came up. We didn't have a chance to grab the camera to soothe the nay sayers either. Doesn't matter though. If you say it happened, then it happened. Those that weren't there have no idea what its like in the open ocean of the pacific.
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Re: Catalina!!!

Lol, sailing is so like surfing..

Excellent enthusiasm NN, I like your posts, you'd prolly call 20 foot plus at Sebastian inlet on a head high day if you'd just picked up surfing, but nothing wrong with that - the stoke is what matters and you have that in spades!

Start your blog about prepping for your circumnav already! It's clearly inevitable
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Catalina!!!

Thx guys! No circumnav in the plans yet. Gotta do a transpac first right? Lol.
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