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Mojitos? It's sailboat not a chem-lab.

Rum.
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That's it. Well...maybe some spiced rum, but that's it!
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Fake plants seek nothing and I've never seen them at a funeral.
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Mojitos? It's sailboat not a chem-lab.

Rum.
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That's it. Well...maybe some spiced rum, but that's it!
If I were in WA, we can grow pot
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Re: Plants on your boat

With no intent of my own, I have a crap load of lichen on the North side of some canvas. Does this count as plants or are they in the yest/fungus family? Ether way it does add some color to the Starboard side.
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Re: Plants on your boat

[QUOTE=miatapaul;951536]Mojitos have a season? I thought they were a year round drink.

Must be a seasonal change from G & T's to Mojito's. Duty free port coming up, hmmmmmmm, Rum or Gin? Mint leaves or Limes, the choices I have to make!
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Mojitos have a season? I thought they were a year round drink.

Must be a seasonal change from G & T's to Mojito's. Duty free port coming up, hmmmmmmm, Rum or Gin? Mint leaves or Limes, the choices I have to make!
No choice, you need both for mojitos! I like the idea a few posts back about covertly planting it in the marina. Mine has a pretty thorough groundskeeping staff, but I'll give it a shot.
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Re: Plants on your boat

I guess this is the way to grow plants in a boat. I have to learn how he does that. I guess that having circumnavigating non stop on a mini racer put this guy thinking hard about the way to have something fresh on the boat for this circumnavigation

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Re: Plants on your boat

I don't know if having a plant on your boat is such a good idea:

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