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Old 16-09-2016, 08:50   #16
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Re: Move Please, Get Outta the Way

it is about time you left the desk err dock, err...
donot catch yourself in any crabpots or oil slicks or other nastiness, and take and post wayy too many pix, please!
and do mind your weather windows


oh, and if you see a lady sailing her 30 ish foot boat in northern new joizey area, looking as if mebbe she knows what she doing, please avoid, as she does.. haha is my cousin. smile and wave!!!!

happy sails and good adventures to ya
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Old 16-09-2016, 09:00   #17
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Another life destroyed by boating. Very well Done Sir. Enjoy the Journey.
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Old 16-09-2016, 09:06   #18
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Re: Move Please, Get Outta the Way

Oh No!!!

Is this going to be like Scoobert goes cruising?

At least I'm 1000 miles away so have plenty of advance warning. Like seeing a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. You know it's coming but have plenty of time to get out of the way.

I will be ordering a few extra fenders in case you do end up in Green Cove.
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Old 16-09-2016, 09:50   #19
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As I heard a tug driver tell me one late night, "I don't slow down and I don't pick up survivors!" Sail well!
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Old 16-09-2016, 10:18   #20
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I used to Rap under the name Lutafisk, the Swede. Did not do to well with my target audience. Now I am Hawaiian Shave Ice. If this does not work out I am going to become Gelatto.
My guess is some people didn't know what Lutafisk is and worse yet some did.
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Hello, hello, Have I miss the point here? Did someone actually complete a refit and a provisioning?

THat's amazing!!!
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Old 16-09-2016, 11:03   #23
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Damn the Torpedoes....Full Steam Ahead!!!
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My guess is some people didn't know what Lutafisk is and worse yet some did.

And some will never get that taste out of their mouth.


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Old 16-09-2016, 14:12   #25
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I'm jobless, homeless, carless, and clueless. Today we start sailing South from the Boston area. Just a warning to move b*tch, get outta my way for your safety!
Neat! Friends of mine are currently in Oswego, just started on their way down.

There's is a 2009 Hunter 410 DS (IIRC).

Apparently the US customs guy asked if there was anyone left working in Canada, because it seems everyone is heading south.

You can follow them via Sailing OFF Duty. (He's a retired OPP officer.)
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Old 16-09-2016, 15:09   #27
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LOL! Ja, sure, ju betcha!

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I think I'm going to stop at my old Navy homeport of New London CT and pick-up some torpedos. Just in case some of you don't get out of my way!
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You can build one and mount it through you hull like Boggart did in The African Queen.


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