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Old 25-05-2011, 11:40   #31
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John and Mel,
Where and when is the next BBQ? Your meat was delicious. You BBQ mistro! We will not forget the people that attended the Fall Ball and Spring Fling. Glad you came public a lot of your friends have been asking "Where is I2F"?

God Speed and Fair Winds,

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Old 25-05-2011, 13:42   #32
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Hud,

We hoping to make a less than 30 passage, but getting out of Panama looks slow. Some 20 knots on the quarter could get me there in 20 days

scallywag,

The bay areas cruisers don't know it but they are in for some BBQ when I get home......hehehehehehehehe........i2f
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All the best to you John, we look forward to hearing your further adventures...
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FRED!!!!!!!!,

You're back on the water. That's great news, and I see you bought a beauty too! Great to hear from you

Blue stocking I will drop by the snakes, and say hi. I have been thinking about that little roadster for some time now. I stayed with a friend of 51 years while in treatment. He drives a 67 Tiget mkII. I use to drive a 66. I was thinking when I have sell Imagine I would drive me one of the two like a bat out of hell. That's me at 20 with the Tiger, and I am that skinny again.........i2f
My first car, bought new when I was a flight cadet at Pensacola, a blue '65 tiger. I rode it hard for four years and it's still the favorite set of wheels I've ever had loooo these many decades later.

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Know that your words--and actions--are motivational and inspirational for me. our wakes may never cross, but you just changed my life. Vraiment...
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My first car, bought new when I was a flight cadet at Pensacola, a blue '65 tiger. I rode it hard for four years and it's still the favorite set of wheels I've ever had loooo these many decades later.


One of my rides from the east bay to the west side to catch a train to UCSF. Was a very cool morning in the same seat I sat in in high school. We crossed over the Dumbarton Bridge, and I was 17 again. The sun was behind us, and the sky was turning colors. It was a beautiful day!........i2f
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I have lost 3 members of my close family to cancer; I currently have two more that are suffering with it. They all feel that you have to cease the day, you often don’t get the chance otherwise. I wish you and your family well, in your forthcoming voyages.
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Old 26-05-2011, 06:17   #39
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If I have motivaated you then I am being successful

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I couldn't wait to read what you posted. I have always enjoyed your humor, and I appreciate the thumbs up....thanks.......i2f
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LIVESTRONG my friend!

There are a lot of good vibes coming your way.
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If I have motivaated you then I am being successful

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I couldn't wait to read what you posted. I have always enjoyed your humor, and I appreciate the thumbs up....thanks.......i2f
Figure thats the purpose of life mate... to make folk smile..
Don't always work... but thats their hang up...
anyway... you guys are pretty good with the humour yourselves.. keep the posts coming...
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John, my heart goes out to you and Mel. Thank you for the inspiration. Fair winds and calm seas to you both.
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Thanks for sharing i2f.

I was driving TR3s and MGs when I saw my first Tiger. I was in love but not for the power itself, I wanted those roll up windows! It's the little things.

Fair winds to Hawaii cap. Glad you have a partner and friends.

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I understand the window envy. The Tiger was my 3rd car, and my first was a 62 MGA 1300.......i2f
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