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Old 26-10-2006, 19:52   #1
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Turks & Caicos Trip Report

We took a vacation from sailing and went diving!

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I hope you enjoy it!
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Old 27-10-2006, 04:45   #2
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Nice photos! and they look, well, somewhat familiar in some strange way, like something I have seen before....

Glad you guys had a good time here. Did you get a chance to look at the wrecks south of French Cay?
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Hey Canibul. We couldn't get Fifi to go over to the wrecks. But we had a blast. Sorry we missed you, but next time . . . .

How is the deck building coming along?
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Deck, well, waiting on lumber at the moment, but its a half day's work to finish it.

I have become friends with a lot of the locals here. A couple of them want to show me some ancient wrecks "near Molasses Reef" that the archaelogists missed. Should be an interesting trip. Just need to buy a bigger boat first.

Living here takes patience, a sense of humor, and a constant willingness to embrace compromise.
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Sounds familiar

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Living here takes patience, a sense of humor, and a constant willingness to embrace compromise.
B, Sounds like a perfect definition for "Island Time", or "Soon come Mon, soom come".

Glad things are progressing. Stay in touch. My email address is mailto:conchyjoe@conchyjoe.com

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