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Thanks for telling us the rest of the story, YArdy- when you learn, we all learn.
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please don't think that we are a bunch of buffoons, and don't have a clew... we are just a tad inexperienced, and had a series of unlikely events that strung together to create a rough day....
I take umbrage at that comment.

Look pal, I'm the only actual buffoon around here. And don't you forget it.
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thanks for all the feedback...

the more we sail the more i realize that sailors are far more competent than their motor boat brothers.

i am also learning that the key to a enjoyable trip is not as much in the actions taken during the trip, as it is the actions taken before the trip...

lastly REEF EARLY....LOL

i have heard that many times and now understand and appreciate that saying....

i know i have not posted this thanks before, but i send a thanks out to all here.. i read here often and have learned a tremendous amount by hanging out here....
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Wow, thanks for sharing. Glad to hear you all survived what was a terrible situation.
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