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If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

So lets say you want to get away from it all. And you have a good size sailboat with all the supplies to last you for a while. Where would you go?
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

Depends on where I was starting from I guess...
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

I'd have to go to work to pay for it all.
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

S.E. Asia.
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

Somewhere where it does not get below 60 degrees
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

Some place where there isn't any trouble. Do you suppose there is such a place, Toto? There must be. Not a place you can get to by a boat or a train.
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Re: If you had a fully loaded sailboat where would you sail to?

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So lets say you want to get away from it all. And you have a good size sailboat with all the supplies to last you for a while. Where would you go?
I would go sailing! That's better than work any day of the week!
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