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Old 02-05-2008, 14:48   #16
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I hope our new WiFi set up works well, see the website for details, and if it does we will be able to drop by from time to time. ... So you all have fun without us and we will stop by when we can. Meanwhile check the web site from time to time.

Be safe, have an excellent time; come back with good stories.
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enjoy the sailing, I'll miss your pots.
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Old 02-05-2008, 17:17   #18
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You are headed East on the GICW from where?
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Steve, Leaving from Galveston Bay.
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Old 02-05-2008, 17:42   #20
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Fair Winds and Quiet Anchorages! (My very first boat was named Sea-Trek). Will follow your blog!
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Bob voyage Chuck!
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Old 02-05-2008, 18:00   #22
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Best of luck.
Thanks for all the first hand knowledge.

But............

There is wifi all over now, not that you will have time to sit around like me.
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Obviously you have never been along the Gulf Coast ICW.
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Obviously you have never been along the Gulf Coast ICW.
I don't mean the Big Bend.
I thought there was some to be had in more inhabited areas.
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From Galveston Bay to the Floriduh panhandle there is not much but open road and commercial shipping, even in New Orleans. So it will be a while before we get to much in the way of civilization
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After the season of inconvenience, if you find yourself in some dive of a bar in the Bahamas and there's an old fart sitting at the end of the bar mumbling to himself, go on over and introduce yourself and I'll buy you a beer.
Have fun and wish you the best of luck Chuck.
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After the season of inconvenience, if you find yourself in some dive of a bar in the Bahamas and there's an old fart sitting at the end of the bar mumbling to himself, go on over and introduce yourself and I'll buy you a beer.
Have fun and wish you the best of luck Chuck.
I think I have seen you in several places we have been
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Chuck, I'll be leaving Cocodrie, South of Houma, Louisiana Sunday for the Fl. panhandle via Grand Isle, Venice, LA. and the Chandeleur Sound. I'll give you a shout if I see you along the way. I'll be cruising, slowly, in my Camano trawler, SPIRIT. The wind has been strong here but is supposed to lie down a bit next week. The Miss. River is very high now locks and bridges in N.O. have been having delays it is good to check ahead with them. if you like I can send you the lock phone numbers.

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