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Old 10-01-2017, 23:01   #1
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S.V Honey Badger 1st expedition.

Cool cat and cold beers.
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Looks like Wide Bay at Double Island Point.
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cool,they are going to miss you at the office
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cool,they are going to miss you at the office
Haha,gave away that carry on for a while now.Too much brass and grass...

Whilst up there i did a spot of kayak surfing.If you look closely you can see the mast of my cat tucked away in the lagoon.

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Cool kayak surfing! I have never seen that despite surfing frequently on the east coast of the US from Florida to New Hampshire.

Do you look less like a seal in a kayak than on a surfboard?
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Cool kayak surfing! I have never seen that despite surfing frequently on the east coast of the US from Florida to New Hampshire.

Do you look less like a seal in a kayak than on a surfboard?
haha,so my walrus alter ego goes undetected,actually it came out in the dentists chair the other day when a root canal ended up being a fractured root,the drugs did not work with the extraction. I bellowed and heaved like a beach master bull.
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haha,so my walrus alter ego goes undetected,actually it came out in the dentists chair the other day when a root canal ended up being a fractured root,the drugs did not work with the extraction. I bellowed and heaved like a beach master bull.
Haha, I imagine a walrus is less appetizing than a seal given those tusks!

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Still having fun, reaping the rewards for all the work!


Sorry we'd left Moolloolaba the next day. The weather window showed signs of closing, so we took off! Was nice to meet you, and the boat looks great.


Hopefully we'll catch up again on our way north.
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