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January 31, 2010


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I'm going to have to come to one of these boating blogger meet-ups some time. I'm a bit out of the mainstream up here in sunny (icy) Rhode Island. But maybe one of these days I'll get to NYC or San Francisco which seem to be the most popular hangouts for the best boating bloggers these days.

As these fotos demonstrate, some weighty and sizeable issues were discussed and sorted out. The world will henceforth be a changed and better place. Tillerman ... we look forward to meeting you soon.

Note for Tillerman...

Did I mention that the Sailing Committee of the Sebago Canoe Club is having our Second Annual Laser regatta on May 22nd?


Laser!!!!!! Bonnie, NOOOOOOOOO! How about a Swedish Sailing Canoe or a Ulua, but not a Laser. You are a canoe club?

Thanks for the sign guys. I hope you had some Manhattans. Cheers, Horse Joe.

Lord Tillerman, if you can make it to the city, we'll whip up a gathering. Same for you, Joe...perhaps an intervention before she sails that Laser?

Oh, don't worry, Joe, I won't be sailing a laser. I'll just be on the race committee.


Is that better, or worse?

race committee......shoot me.

Sounds like you all had a ball to me. There should be a sailing bloggers convention organised some time - that would be interesting!

Hey Chimp Tillerman lets sail Mettunic one of these days I here that place goes off, I have surfed Point Judith, but would love to surf sail Mettunic( forgive me if I spelled it wrong) CD

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