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We have arrived safely in Saint Augustine, Florida for repairs and maintenance. There are two new blog posts on our adventures in Les Saintes, Saint Croix, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas: To Puerto Rico and Through The Bahamas
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Great! I've been looking forward to your updates. I'll have a bit of read...
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Welcome back. I'll start reading now while I'm supposed to be paying attention in class!
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More great stuff.. hopefully you can effect repairs and be free to follow your own agenda once again.
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Thanks for the link.

I very much enjoy reading your blog.

Strangely, I get a hankering for tomatoes after reading it.

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Re: Sequitur - Two New Blog Posts

"Sequitur, our Hunter 49 had safely and comfortably brought us through one Force 12 storm, three Force 11s and several Force 10s and 9s."


Maybe it's time to take a new look at some old biases when it comes to what we know, or think we know of bluwater-capable boats/manufacturers.

A great read as always! If I could offer one criticism, don't leave us hanging so long between updates!!!!!
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You are eating well my friend! Love food at sea pics.
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"Sequitur, our Hunter 49 had safely and comfortably brought us through one Force 12 storm, three Force 11s and several Force 10s and 9s."


Maybe it's time to take a new look at some old biases when it comes to what we know, or think we know of bluwater-capable boats/manufacturers.
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Re: Sequitur - Two New Blog Posts

Always enjoyable to read Sequitur's posts. I wish I was sailing the oceans exploring new places. Someday, someday.

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Re: Sequitur - Two New Blog Posts

Great adventure...back in the US...how long are you staying in Florida as hurricane season is now upon the Atlantic Basin..

I love your posts and look forward to the reading

My friend you and your wife have a great respect for living and food especially. Your usage of food and wine pairings are unbeleivable..

Keep going stron

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