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08-24-2004 12:40 PM
NC Locations


If you will sign up for the SE list on Sailnet and then submit your question you will probably get more info than you can imagine...there are a lot of active sailors on that list and they love to be helpful! many are on the NC coast.

S/V Kokopelli
08-24-2004 09:56 AM
NC Locations

I''m planning to sail down from the Chesapeake Bay this fall, enter NC by way of the Oregon Inlet. Can anyone provide local knowledge for this inlet? All the books say not to do this without local knowledge but I''ve not always found this to be true of other inlets.


08-16-2003 01:10 PM
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"Born an American, southern by the grace of God".

08-15-2003 07:05 PM
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Your post made me remember a line from an Alan Jackson song that goes something like:
"I like my sushi southern fried."

That''s it for a Friday night. Sleep tight, y''all.

SailorMitch, Native Virginian
08-15-2003 11:52 AM
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Afterthinking about your post some more, I realized that maybe i wasn''t showing you the fine Southern hospitality that I was taught. I should''ve invited you to dinner and maybe some nice Southern event or taken you shopping, but I grew up in a small rural town in NC and I am worried that you probably would not enjoy the same tastes in those things that I you like sushi, fine wine, wonderful outdoor concerts by the Symphony, and shopping in very secluded venues for classics made by talented artists? Maybe you can think about it while you spend the afternoon at Walmart....
08-15-2003 08:44 AM
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I guess I''ll have to rethink that one.
08-15-2003 08:29 AM
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"JW" Bernal,

I think it''s great how you''ve learned to "like the backwoods and the rednecks" down there.I have to admit,some of their idiosyncrasies have always struck me as funny."JW", have you ever noticed how the really hard core rednecks like to be called by their first two intials.Isn''t that a hoot?ha!ha!ha!
08-15-2003 08:00 AM
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Are you equating American civilization with Western civilization?

08-15-2003 07:50 AM
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I must be living in a cave. I never knew WalMart was the pinnacle of Western civilization.
08-15-2003 07:10 AM
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There is good and bad EVERYWHERE...You did two things wrong in my only gave what you saw as bad...never giving the good along with it. And you were not were comparing. Your post made me think that you are a very negative person and negative people make me want to run in the opposite direction. I seldom hold their views as anything valid.

my two cents worth...
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