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November 10, 2011


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Is that total water time? Or does that take into consideration off water breaks? I mean, you could spread it out to a whole days sail if you were diligent with your time keeping.

Tell us the result!

Bunty, I shall!

Christian, you make a good point. Unfortunately I am also supposed to get ice on the arm not long after the period of exertion, so I will not be pulling a CD and stand around yacking for the bulk of the sesh (Love you CD...how is the leg coming?)

I say again; go hard,sail strong and smile

go all day & rest when its too cold..not many more days of semi warm days!

"...rest when it's too cold"...when is that? We aren't even close (and remember we've rigged together in slush and snow!)

you had to remind me...


sail one hour at a time ?
that would work for me :)

yea Mike,looks like i will be video boy for ELIWCHI,I will be back sooner then you think though,sitting around feeling sorry for myself just doesn't do it for me,I get to see the surgeon on Thursday the seventeenth to remove the staples,then physical therapy begins,I am chomping at the bit cannot wait to begin the next phase of recovery.....till then I will be relegated to video boy,don't want no chimpathy due to my chimpidity(Kielt coined this phrase) Hoping the wind is good for ocean sailing today so I can capture some action today!!!be well,CD

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