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We think it's great to read these old post. There's a lot of info us newbies have never seen.
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i agree. others will read it later, if you have anything to add, you should do so. even if it is old. people still read em. where in indiana are you?
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i agree. others will read it later, if you have anything to add, you should do so. even if it is old. people still read em. where in indiana are you?

We live just north of Indy but keep our boat on Lake Michigan in Portage IN.
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I love the comment about provisions providing independence. I also call it insurance. If you don't need it you can eat it later, give it away or swap it. Many times we have made new friends in cruising and delved into the food locker for extra chow to create a company meal. Those are happy times.
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Re: Provisioning for Bahamas

Old post yes, but gobs of useful information!

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