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Old 11-12-2020, 08:49   #46
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Re: Marina Just Called, My Livaboard Slip is Available!

Randy, checking in. How’s the sailing life?
Heidi and I made it back from the Bahamas a year and a half ago, went back to work, bought enough new equipment to sink the boat, started a non-profit for the kids in the Carribean and are leaving again in February working our way to Grenada while we distribute toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss and education.
We think of our time in CCTX often and really enjoyed that marina.
We made some videos too to share with our family and friends; SV Mingus on YouTube if you get a chance.
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Old 15-12-2020, 16:45   #47
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Re: Marina Just Called, My Livaboard Slip is Available!

Good day SgtPitt. Thanks for checking in and reviving this post. Allot has happened. A year and a half ago I blew a disk in my back causing a big delay. We sold most everything and sans a small storage unit are fully downsized. With that said we moved aboard this May full time in our marina in Long Beach CA. We have been working our corporate jobs, saving and finishing the boat. The back is in much better shape now. The good news is the wife gave notice at work, last day is Jan 4th. I gave notice and my last day is Feb 15th. We are planning on watching for a weather window beginning in March and will head to the Sea of Cortez then Central America and then...….Super excited to retire and go sailing. A 15 year dream and allot of work is on the doorstep! Hope to see you out there mate.
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Old 15-12-2020, 17:44   #48
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Congratulations on your progress (and persistence). I hope when you throw the lines off you take a victory lap around this whole thread.
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