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Friday dawned foggy and cold, with frost on the boat and docks. The boys slept in and we all headed to the Marine Science Center that opened at 11:00 AM

The science center is small, but nice, with a friendly volunteer staff. We spent about and hour there.

We left the dock at 12:30 in now-clear skies and no wind. We motored back, with Nathan at the helm again, and arrived in our slip tired and happy at around 3:00 PM

While this wasn't the world's biggest sailing adventure, it was a lot of fun and good to spend time with Mark. We all had a great time, and it was an extra bonus to introduce Nathan to the joys of winter cruising in Puget Sound.

Thanks for traveling with us.

David
 

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toast the mountain for me.....
Southernwind is referring to Mount Rainier, which was showing nicely with a lenticular cloud at the peak. Nice views of Mt. Baker as well.

We toasted the mountain for you, southernwind.


 

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As an avowed fan of Seattle and the Pacific North West (even though I have never been there)
So, Fuzzy/Bruce: why don't you come and visit? We'll take you sailing.

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Just picked The Admiral and Hope up at the airport.

They are tired but happy.

Good to have the whole crew back.

David
 
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