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Soggy Dollar Bar and Sand Castles being sold JVD

Bruce Donath and Debby Pearse, formerly of MA (when they said Cape Porpise ME my response was "if you put kittens in the oven, you can''t call them biscuits" and got them to admit formerly of MA) are selling the Soggy Dollar Bar and Sand Castles Motel in White Bay, Jost Van Dyke. Minimum bid is $3,000,000.00. They bought it around 9 years ago. Don''t know what the result of the sale will be, although I usually skip the confusion and head right over to Gertrude''s anyway (Foxy Callwoods ex). Things change. Got to get cruising before things change too much. Damn cruise ships parking in White Bay. What a zoo. Anegada. Bequia.
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kevin,
how about 2 cruise ships a day in road town???
how is the boat going?
did you sail in the rolex regatta?
what happened with donnybrook?
see ya the end of the month- should be at the dock april 25-30 please drop by ---then home,
eric
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Busy in Road Town. Boat almost done, in water, looks new, no time, too many cases, skipped Rolex (never saw a sail), don''t remember if Donnybrook was even here . . . don''t think so. Might have return crew for you . . . guy is going down to Antigua for classics week first, though. You could drop him off in Maine on your way by, couldn''t you? :~}
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kevin.
i sailed right through the rolex fleet a few weeks ago- donnybrook was across the harbor from me but wasn''t out for each race.
unless something happens we are full up for our trip from St Thomas to ny.
see ya the end of the month.
eric
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Not a big deal on the delivery berth. The guy probably will fly back anyway. It''s trying real hard to be spring and trout season in Maine, and he''s in a hurry to get back.
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