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Old 22-08-2012, 05:40   #16
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Re: well holy crap we cut the docklines and are officially landless

Are you taking your Hunter?
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Old 22-08-2012, 07:03   #17
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Re: well holy crap we cut the docklines and are officially landless

Bummer, I was hoping to meet you in person before you bugged out.

Let us know when you come back thru SD.
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Re: well holy crap we cut the docklines and are officially landless

Congratulation, from the comfort of my couch. But only for one more week.

So see you out there, we shall cross path at some point in the next few months.
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Old 22-08-2012, 09:20   #19
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Congratulations!!!!! Pictures as you go please
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Old 22-08-2012, 09:46   #20
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Re: well holy crap we cut the docklines and are officially landless

WOW! You are going to have a ton of fun.
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Old 22-08-2012, 09:53   #21
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Congratulations! One more on the water, fair winds and following seas!
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Old 22-08-2012, 10:07   #22
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Heres hopeing you and your family have as much fun and happiness, as Connie and our kids and I have had !! It's a life some can't handle! but you and your wife sure have the boat and the right attitude to make life a BIG Happy foto alblum!! We hope to see ya somewhere sometime !!!!
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Old 22-08-2012, 10:16   #23
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Re: well holy crap we cut the docklines and are officially landless

Wait a minute, actually going cruising is posted in the "Off Topic" forum? In some ways that's probably appropriate....


But regardless, congratulations and enjoy!
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Old 22-08-2012, 10:30   #24
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Good for you!!! Enjoy, if you get to the Bahamas let us know.
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smooth sailing---are you doing the haha this year or sailing without others too close?
when you heading to mexico and where are your destination goals here??? many good spots...
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Re: Well Holy Crap We Cut the Docklines and are Officially Landless

Congratulations.

You will not regret it.
Life on the water is wonderful.
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Thanks a lot to everyone for the well wishes; I'd love to run into whomever out there in the big world. We'll be back in San Diego in October for a bit for some final good bye wishes and refit work, so if anyone is around then let me know.

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smooth sailing---are you doing the haha this year or sailing without others too close?
when you heading to mexico and where are your destination goals here??? many good spots...
I'm guessing we'll skip the Haha group and try to go a week or two early or later. My wife is pregnant and due in February, so we'll be getting to PV by December hopefully and staying there until the new kiddo is six months or so. That's about as concrete as our plans are, other than that we just don't want to be with the huge Haha crowd and want to be able to follow our own schedule.

Chilling here in Two Harbors for the next couple of weeks seems like a great idea as well; this place really is pretty terrific.
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but "cruising" itself, and I still don't like that word for some reason, is a whole unique set
I often use the word "Voyaging". I always felt cruising was something left to folks of another lifestyle.
I'm happy for ya. I'm certain next year our paths will cross.
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