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Old 24-12-2007, 18:07   #1
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Our new Blog

We have just set up a new Blog and have started with reprints of our series of articles that appeared in Soundings Magazine. The articles cover our trip from Florida, down the western Caribbean to Guatemala and the return to the US. Hope you enjoy them and we will continue to post as our new plans develop and we put them in motion.

Have a look at Voyages of Sea Trek
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Old 24-12-2007, 20:23   #2
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Thumbs up Great job

Good Blog, I enjoy your style of writing. you also have a vary nice layout and good pictures.

I read your current posts and hope to see more.
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Old 25-12-2007, 10:16   #3
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Thanks for posting that! I enjoy reading good sailing blogs!
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Old 07-01-2008, 16:32   #4
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We Have added new articles, photos and links. Hope you enjoy.
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Old 07-01-2008, 16:46   #5
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We Have added new articles, photos and links. Hope you enjoy.
Hi Chuck

I'm not sure if its just the way my computer is showing your blog - I do have a big screen - but the orange box "Cruising does not always mean boisterous passages... etc" comes up very large on my screen and one needs to scroll down quite a way reading it.
The code shows its H1:
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<h1  style="font-weight: bold;font-family:times new roman;">
Which gives 36pt font in Word.

If this is your intention thats fine But sometimes things look great on your own computer and a bit weird on another computer.

I can email you screenshots if you like

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Mark. The beginning of that piece in the orange box is the intro and is larger and includes the photos. But it does not take much to scroll down to the end on my computer, the one I use at work, My wifes laptop or any of our friends we have pull the site up on. Nor has anyone else mentioned this so not sure what to tell you.
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No worriers. If its intended, then its fine

Love the photos and stories Love the big pic size when a photo is clicked on. can really see the detail

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Glad you like it. We plan on adding much more, especially once we get under way again in March or April.
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I'm already envious of your lifestyle! Keep on cruising!!
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I must be the only one who finds this report "Cruising does not always mean boisterous passages or cocktails on the aft deck at sunset" distressing.
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Michael, Looked at a Willard Cutter on the left coast several years ago and almost bought it.
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And you passed it by because........
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Decided to relocate to the right coast and not able to take the boat along. It is a good fit for a cruiser/live-aboard.
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Nice Work Chuck! & some great Pictures
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Very nice style, info and pics! will you ever return to the hell of regular work??
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