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Old 24-10-2011, 17:33   #31
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Re: Gulf of Mexico Passage

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Re: Gulf of Mexico Passage

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If you are going to sail the ICW from Texas thru Louisiana could you stop along the rock jetty outside of Orange Texas and see if you can find my sun glasses? The last time I remember having them was when I got hit by a barge there. The point is that you are for the most part safer out to sea then confined to a ditch that is a highway for barges. Platforms donít move, 800 foot tows do. You can read about my accident with a tow here. A Sad Ending For Our First Sailboat
Kevin, with all of the time we've spent together just telling stories, how did I NOT hear this one?

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