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September 23, 2010


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I thought I had seen it all - guess not!

ha ha ha I used to sail there when I was younger a bunch...usually no one goes out when it is that shallow and most do not go through the mudd like that. The channel extends another fifty feet upwind and then you are out in the deep water...all six inches of it.

Well as the saying goes ''Where there's a will there's a way''. It must be pretty tough on the arms going over the mud cos there is ALOT of pressure in that sail.

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