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Bitchin Pardey Cruising Day

Bob Bitchin and his wife Jody will host the dinner and party that follows Lin and Larry Pardey''s all-day cruising seminar on April 10 in Reno, Nevada. Bob is publisher and founder of Latitues and Attitudes cruising magazine, also founded Biker Magazine, and wrote Letters from the Lost Soul, a cruising classic. Lin and Larry wrote Storm Tactics and about eighteen other hugely poplular books on cruising and blue-water sailing. This event will help non-profit Sierra Nevada Community Sailing provide almost-free sailing instruction to 250 kids and nearly 100 adults this summer. Learn all you ever wanted to know about cruising (and more), make great new friends, have a fabulous dinner and party with the two best-known and most experienced cruising couples in the world. Where else can you spend time with cruisers who are living the dream, have a ton of fun, help kids and maybe even work in a day or two of the world''s best alpine skiing? We have arranged a limited number of discount hotel rooms and can even help with flight information. For more info, contact me on the forum or here, at home, 775-852-2320. Or you can email me at rog@nvsailing.org. More later!
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