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November 21, 2008


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Hey puffin, have you guys talked location for Saturday? Pier? Sebonac? It looks cold but I am ready. Mid day low tide should be nice everywhere.
Frank B

Mornin' Frank...sailing location TBD. It's frickin COLD! So it will be fun!!! email me your phone number (there's an email link at the bottom right of the blog page).

Good luck today! Told you I'd send some wind your way!

Looks like you guys had some Small Craft Advisory, yesterday. I hope you "killed it"

We rocked Sebonac, Mr. Messina! I also managed to confuse you with Frank B (see comment#1) in an email chain...must sort my Frank's out!

I was having such a good time I almost forgot it was 32 degrees.....

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