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SO MUCH FOR THE SUNSHINE STATE February 27, 2012

Posted by sailingnightwatch in Durbeck, FL, Florida, ICW, Pensacola, Repairs, Restoration, Sailing, Sailing the ICW.
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Have not seen a sunny day in a week. The snowbirds are talking about it reminding them of home. Damp, chilly. No I did not go sailing. Did some help in moving the grandkid and her parents towards Panama City. We will see how that goes. Grandma is in a funky mood, but the grandkid is only a hour and a half away. It will be good to get back to a normal life.

The excitement in the next day or so will be our neighbor bringing in his 49 foot Hylas. Brand new. Looking forward to seeing a brand new boat, what they have on it, how it is done. They decided on this boat after looking at an Oyster. OooKkkk. Anyway, I am excited. They ordered it about a year ago. It is built in China and then shipped to Miami for commissioning and adding things like air conditioning and electronics. Have to admit I do not have the opportunity to clime around a brand new boat very often. It has been a while and then no where near this big.

Can you believe the forecast for next weekend is for rain. Summer is coming, I can feel it in my bones…, or is that more rain I feel.

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