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03-09-2008 06:11 PM
AlanBrown Hey True Blue! Living alongside Narragansett Bay hardly counts as being a "nartherner". Heck, when I lived up in Maine, we used to go to Seekonk for the mild winters. LOL
03-09-2008 10:06 AM
sailingdog Want some cheese with that...
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Originally Posted by wmiii View Post
The wind blew all night here on A-17 Boot Key harbor. 56 degrees this AM. Brrrrrrr it sure is cold down here.

Thinking of heading North to Ft Meyers Bch Tuesday if the weather cooperates.

Wm Mayberry
OPTIMYSTIQUE
IP 37-30

Boot Key Harbor
Marathon, FL
03-09-2008 09:57 AM
PBzeer 5-10 out of the NE through Wednsday night when they shift NW. I'm over on J-3. Seen Opitmystique on my way over to Dockside
03-09-2008 09:52 AM
wmiii The wind blew all night here on A-17 Boot Key harbor. 56 degrees this AM. Brrrrrrr it sure is cold down here.

Thinking of heading North to Ft Meyers Bch Tuesday if the weather cooperates.

Wm Mayberry
OPTIMYSTIQUE
IP 37-30

Boot Key Harbor
Marathon, FL
03-09-2008 09:51 AM
PBzeer Radar looked really nasty up that way yesterday.
03-09-2008 09:48 AM
teshannon Wind gusts hit 71mph yesterday in Philly!
03-09-2008 09:46 AM
sailingdog I'd have to agree it's a pretty day up here in New England...probably won't last too long...but today's really nice.
03-09-2008 09:41 AM
TrueBlue
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Originally Posted by AlanBrown View Post
our poor brothers and sisters up north are getting more snow and cold weather.
Now don't ya'll southerners worry none 'bout us "poor" ol' nartherners - ya'll hear?

Up here on Narragansett Bay, RI, weather's gorgeous. The sun's drying out that rain we got yesterday, trees are budding and haven't seen any of that snow since late January.
03-09-2008 09:41 AM
PBzeer Haven't gone in there, but Castaways appears to be open. Overseas Bar had to close though.
03-09-2008 09:34 AM
AlanBrown Stop complaining about the weather! While it may be a bit cool and rainy down in the Keys, our poor brothers and sisters up north are getting more snow and cold weather.

I still remember how hard it was to patiently wait for spring (May) to arrive so we could take the shrink-wrap off the boat and get ready for our 5-month boating season.

Question to the Boot Key Harbor folks. Is Castaways restaurant still open? It was located up on a canal behind Burdines. Used to serve the best alligator appetizer in the world!
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