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Old 03-28-2009   #1
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Hi all,
Since I last had internet access we have traveled a bit.Niftynickers is presently in Green Turtle Key,Abacos,Bahamas--Today we met another PS boat a 34 named Resolute IV fro Toronto,nice boat nice folks.
We will be in the Bahamas for another month before heading north in May.The boat and the Beta engine are fantastic,we've had to power into 26kt hdwinds with 6-8 ft seas and she just blasts thru.Will update when access is available.Larry congrats-sorry-but congrats
Dianne and Chuck Burke S/V NiftyNickers C37 #139
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Chuck,

Good to hear all is well! Enjoy the Bahamas!

Keep your eyes peeled for another Sailnet member (Labatt) in a PAssport 40 named Pelican. He arrived this past week or so...

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Keep an eye out for us. We are a bit south of you anchored off Club Thunderball in the Exumas. We last saw your boat going out the inlet at Gerogetown, SC in 2007. We were shelling on the beach near the lighthouse.

Just north of you at Manjack Cay near Rat Cay last year was a 'Yes Tresspassing' sign. It is the only one we have ever seen and a pleasant change from the usual. Check it out if you have time.

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Thanks chuck, glad all is well down there
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Bill, Iremember seeing you in Georgetown,SC in 07 and I think we heard you on the VHF near Hilton Head this year. Hope all is well with everyone we have since moved on to Great Guana Cay and will soon be in HopeTown.The Exumas are not on our itinerary this year altho next year who knows.Will have a drink at Nippers tomorrow and toast all PS sailors.
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