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Old 18-02-2009, 05:19   #16
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Hi pjablon,

I wish I could read your website it looks fascinating. It would be neat to have one of those convert to english buttons. I have to say you have quite a good photographers eye. You have some really great shots, great color, and great subjects. I can't help but believe your stories are just as good.
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Hi all,

There is a good blog at Wind and Wonder by a crew member of picton castle - I think it gives a good sense of life onboard, with a link or two to a couple other blogs by crew.
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Hi pjablon,

I wish I could read your website it looks fascinating. It would be neat to have one of those convert to english buttons. I have to say you have quite a good photographers eye. You have some really great shots, great color, and great subjects. I can't help but believe your stories are just as good.
Although a bit difficult to spot, there's a clickable American flag in the upper left corner which takes you to the English version...

Sailing the Ocean - Adventure with Piotrek & Magda

Well worth visiting for the photographs alone!
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Although a bit difficult to spot, there's a clickable American flag in the upper left corner which takes you to the English version...

Sailing the Ocean - Adventure with Piotrek & Magda

Well worth visiting for the photographs alone!

Thanks Hud,

As far as I'm concerned you are by far the best Administrator. You always have an answer and are the most gentle and diplomatic guy here.
But are not those photographs on Pjablon's site just great?
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