Originally Posted by k9medic
I agree! I stumbled on this post when researching the tortugas.
Talk about a small world. I was in the next slip over from Ms. Shelly and her two dogs
. She finally left for KW about 2 months ago.
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Definitely a small world, and an even smaller band of coastline where we are all floating. Add to that most people,are in an even smaller number of marina locations, making it very likely you'll cross paths with someone else on this forum. Some of us are out in the boonies, but we use the same anchorages
, pump,outs, fueling stn, laundromats, etc as all the rest of,you.
Ya I'm not going back over to re read it, but I do remember one entry about being on his bike - maybe even folding - and went in the water
towing along his laundry
or groceries or both. I almost ate it on a folding bike, crossing over spa creek once when sailing the Chesapeake. It's hilarious his description, but imagine what could have been the consequences!
what people appear to be and what they really are. For instance I come across here as a simple campesino with a tiny little crealock
, when in fact I am one of the 20 top wealthiest men
in the US. My 132' one-off carbon fiber mile muncher is currently lying marina Hemingway, Havana but I also have a 148' high latitudes exploration yacht, currently lying South Georgia
is. Each has 7 full time paid crew waiting on me to shove off whenever a window presents itself. I have a jet, too. I do have a hired co to take over, but rarely do I let her have all the fun. Yes I have single
handed the jet to Asia
several times before, and slept without keeping a lookout. But hey, I paid an additional 1.3 million for the more sophisticated collision
I am always hiring women crew. I find them more interesting, and better at managing details that I often overlook. Overall I enjoy their company more, but they are always trying to get me in the hot tub when we are in the southern ocean. Yes, I rounded Cape Horn in a hot tub full of beautiful women!
Gotta run, I have a flight plan for mato grosso, brasil, where I'm meeting the agronomist for one of my spreads. 22,000 hectares of soya going in right now. Takes him much of the day to drive from one end of the farm to the other, and he's too terrified to run the helo.
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