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Old 05-16-2008, 07:58 PM
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Al right after a day of shopping for crap..... I don;t know how you people that buy food in stores do it.... What a torture.....

Anyway we are leaving tomorrow morning around 6 AM from the Fort Lauderdale inlet and heading north with the new rig

So to track us when I think of turning this spot thing on just click here:
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It works I just tried it and it made a few fix.

Here is what it looks like if you put it in Hybrid view...

I will post pics when I get a second.
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Have fun,good luck, and most of all be safe!!!
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shouldn't you be on sloboats.com?
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These are pictures of the rig we are doing it with, similar rig anyway...

It's an Azimut 46 / 2000.... new to us anyway.
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shouldn't you be on sloboats.com?
Easy Fountain boy....

We still have the Cig for now.... So your 35 foot Fountain 42 can still get spanked...
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Al right after a day of shopping for crap..... I don;t know how you people that buy food in stores do it.... What a torture.....

Anyway we are leaving tomorrow morning around 6 AM from the Fort Lauderdale inlet and heading north with the new rig

So to track us when I think of turning this spot thing on just click here:
http://share.findmespot.com/shared/f...s5MuyTk95F6xUD

It works I just tried it and it made a few fix.

Here is what it looks like if you put it in Hybrid view...

I will post pics when I get a second.
Cool man when does the voyage start exactly?
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Are you going to take someone that knows how to wrench on those diesels?
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Are you going to take someone that knows how to wrench on those diesels?
We're three.

One diesel mech...

One guy that has crossed the Atlantic and the Panama canal from San Diego to Florida..

And the Cigarette dude with the melting savings account!

Leaving tomorrow AM Ken, thanks for asking.
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Ill be in touch with you seeing how your making out from time to time

Ill be on the return trip with you this fall
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Good Luck and have fun. I have always wanted to do that trip. Please keep us posted, Above all stay safe.
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