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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-15-2009 10:04 PM
blt2ski He is somewhat broke down tween seattle and ellensburg, back up and running, down a ravine, back up, and now not sure where he is..............
12-15-2009 09:31 PM
knothead Jody, Congratulations.!
I think you're picking a great time. Keep us posted on your adventures.
I hope I'll see you out there someday.

Soon.
12-15-2009 08:35 PM
nemier Where are you now?
11-03-2009 11:16 PM
artbyjody
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WTFreak?
See I taught you to spell Freak..
11-03-2009 11:11 PM
smackdaddy
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I converted Smack I can you too
WTFreak?
11-03-2009 08:51 PM
artbyjody
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Hey Art, you got some Crappy feed back.. :0
I converted Smack I can you too Give me time - and no - nothing crappy about the feedback - but do try to keep the AFOC thread alive...
10-26-2009 02:15 PM
Superpickle Hey Art, you got some Crappy feed back.. :0
08-05-2009 11:41 PM
artbyjody
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Hey Jody..

I heard you were back in the water. That's great news!

The Admiral and I just got back from 3-1/2 days south.. Gig Harbor, Quartermaster Harbor and Blake Island.

I'll call you tomorrow.

David
Thanks for the chat - look forward to sailing with you again (you are a mentor to me !)
07-26-2009 10:55 PM
djodenda Hey Jody..

I heard you were back in the water. That's great news!

The Admiral and I just got back from 3-1/2 days south.. Gig Harbor, Quartermaster Harbor and Blake Island.

I'll call you tomorrow.

David
07-25-2009 09:36 PM
artbyjody
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Best wishes and where are your first ports of call? Where do you plan on cruising? Your stuff will sell let's have some fun and discuss where you plan on cruising. This is really great news.
In your fashion (and always enjoyed your posts), I am going to start south. Living in the area, there is quite abit south towards Olympia that deserves as much attention as the San Juans. For instance last years jaunt to Gig Harbor. A fascinating time.

There are a myriad of areas that just side notes, and with generator at hand - to be able to document and maybe dispell for other sailors the myths of why you should go or not - well that would just be useful. Especially down south. Most of us PNW sailors venture to Ludlow, Townsend, Deception Pass and other areas on the way - but there are gems hidden all over. I hope in my adventures to uncover them whether it is a full out moorage or count your marks out anchoring.

Coupled with I'll have my bassett to attend to - may make it all interesting. For instance, Port Townsend for all the glory it gets - who wants to hitch a cab ride 6-8 miles to the nearest Safeway? Things like this I will focus on as well - will have the time to do so.

It'll probably be broken up as I'd like to Charlie out before the summer ends, so Bellingham area may be a first stop. I hyave this thing about honoring committments and I worked on his boat as well.

Its all up in the air kinda, I think start down south and move slowly up North, exploring the crevices as they may be...
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