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Great vid! fair winds!
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Thanks, Denise. We ended up becalmed on the way back, so the two day sail back took six days and taxed all of our upgrades. I'll post more videos as I get them cranked out.
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

I thought you were supposed to stow the potted plants before leaving the dock!
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

Congrats Tom the boat looks goooood !
Glad to see yall got er done and enjoying the dream! Good luck and fair winds...
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Congrats Tom the boat looks goooood !
Glad to see yall got er done and enjoying the dream! Good luck and fair winds...
Thanks, friend. Getting her all ready for that big adventure.
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I thought you were supposed to stow the potted plants before leaving the dock!
LOL. Yea, I know. They stayed aboard though. We're still working on places to stow them.
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

Tom...looks great/////Plants on the combing...hahah

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I like this video - nice boat, nice trip...
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

prep vid;
"We are not going to use the diesel.. not for anything!"
Mr.Murphy is quite the prognosticator, isn't he?
Marvelous vids, Capt. Tom. Quite enlightening and encouraging for an aspiring sailor.
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