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kate @ bbf.

Scary! Glad it was only a nail and that the water's warm! Getting another 3-6" of snow here in Portland and I do NOT want to think about falling out of dinghies in Casco Bay right now.

Barbara Hart

Thanks, Kate. I'm sorry for your winter. Sounds like a bad one. The water felt great.


Sheesh girl! I'm glad everything turned out ok. Just reading about it scared me! At least when I untied from the mother ship prior to starting the motor the only danger I was in was that I would end up in Puerto Rico before someone rescued me!

Glad you're safe and sound!


So so glad you are okay, umm it always your hands, first around cape Hatteras, now usvi ... take care loll dora

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