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12-09-2008 03:18 PM
Bene505 Congratulations on making it to Annapolis and for a great dinner, by the looks of it.
12-09-2008 08:23 AM
sailingdog Chuckles-

True that, but they've been preparing for a fairly long time by all accounts...
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Originally Posted by chucklesR View Post
I may lead the pack sailing rings around the mono's, but Chris and Kristen are the leaders when it comes to just deciding to go, and most importantly - getting it done.

Five weeks from decision to gone!

I could not have done that even in my days of living out of a single seabag without leaving a lot undone.
12-09-2008 06:25 AM
chucklesR I may lead the pack sailing rings around the mono's, but Chris and Kristen are the leaders when it comes to just deciding to go, and most importantly - getting it done.

Five weeks from decision to gone!

I could not have done that even in my days of living out of a single seabag without leaving a lot undone.
12-09-2008 06:20 AM
eryka
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Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
The guy standing up is the ringleader...
Eh, you multihull types just gotta stick together. Note also in the photo, the multihullers live in houses, the monohullers live aboard
12-08-2008 05:12 PM
Joesaila
What! And not an inkling of guilt!

Wow, and what about those snow shovels you left behind? No remorse? Good for you...All. Now if I can just get my sweetie to go for a little overnight...Where is 'Next' port o call?
12-08-2008 04:46 PM
jimmalkin Chris - given the seriously mature view of life offered up by your two kids in their notes and blogs, I expect they managed to sneak a few rums without you noticing. Sent you a note on your blog - spent last night (18F) onboard at the dock in Dutch Warf - significantly brisk. You know to be very careful on your weather now as the Alberta Clippers are heading this way with regularity...Best and keep warm.
12-08-2008 04:28 PM
labatt Great time on Friday! Those hot buttered rums really hit the spot! That's my daughter Kaitlin, wife Kristen, son Casey and me on the left side...
12-08-2008 09:25 AM
sailingdog I thought I recognized the motley crew on the right side of that photo... they're all ne'er do wells... I'm surprised the restaurant let them through the door... The guy standing up is the ringleader...
12-08-2008 08:19 AM
eryka Here's proof that they made it - don't we all look "cruiserly?" Must've been the hot buttered rums ... no we didn't offer any to the kids...
[IMG]Photobucket[/IMG]

L to R: Kaitlin, Kristen, Casey, Chris (labatt); Dan (wingnwing), Chuck (chuckles), me, Mary (MMR)
12-04-2008 04:34 PM
chucklesR Friday, Boatyard Grill, anytime after 5:30 works for us, and no Eryka, I've not joined the Fleet Reserve Club (yet). Too many other social obligations at the moment (still haven't gotten my commodore's Blue Blazer back from the tailor etc..).
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