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Old 15-01-2016, 11:10   #31
RKO
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Location: Louisville KY, on the muddy Ohio
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Re: VERY rookie navigator heading out in April

Con all, thank you. This is all great advice. And while this is my first trip up a good segment of the Ohio River I've sailed the Ohio River for 25 years so I laughed out loud when you said something about the Ohio River is slow but things can happen quickly How very right you are
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