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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-01-2009 12:55 AM
camaraderie Enjoyed the post Chris. Have fun at Disney!
02-01-2009 12:41 AM
CalebD bljones,
Sorry we did not see you at the Huntington get together. I was hoping you and others would show up.
None of that fine snowy powder is left in NYC but plenty of ice and dirt now that they got that airplane out of the Hudson.
02-01-2009 12:26 AM
CalebD Thanks for the update Chris. You found what I found to be true which is that after a few days offshore the rhythm sets in and you just settle into it (barring bad weather). Keep us posted as to your updates.
I was just down at Lantana, FL visiting my 90 y.o. mom and boyfriend. It is nice down there so enjoy.
bljones,
We missed you at the get together in Huntington. I thought you might attend.
Fair winds and following seas,
Caleb D
NYC/LI/Rockland County, where ever my wheels and boats will carry me
01-31-2009 09:21 PM
bljones Thanks! I have been following your blog daily, and was about to send you a snarky email nudging you about the lack of updates. With piles of white stuff on the ground and more coming, I need all the vicarious crusing I can get right now.

Now, if only I can find a gullible dealer of recreational pharmaceuticals to purchase the 5000 keys of flake currently covering my humble estate, I could be cruising too! Hell, I might even have enough to cruise on a trimaran with headroom!
01-31-2009 08:38 PM
labatt
New blog entry - Charleston to Vero Beach

If anyone is interested, we just posted a new blog entry talking about our passage from Charleston to Vero Beach... s/v Pelican - Following A Dream

 
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