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			<title>Exploring Asia: </title>
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			<title>: An Invitation to Distant Shores </title>
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			<description>Have you heard of Distant Shores?  </description>
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			<title>Min nye wayfarer: Min nye wayfarer</title>
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			<description>Jeg havner ofte i ophedede debatter om hvorvidt klimaforandringerne som dommedagsprofeter bliver ved med at r√•be op om er sande eller ej. Mest af alt fordi jeg aggressivt ops√łger og konfronterer folk med mine synspunkter, som man altid b√łr g√łre. Dog har jeg desv√¶rre oplevet at folk ikke er s√¶rligt modtagelige over for mine saglige argumentation, uanset hvor h√łjt jeg r√•ber det ind i hovedet p√• dem. Og det er et problem. Derfor har jeg nu skrevet dette l√¶serbrev for endegyldigt at bevise at klimaforandringerne er l√łgn. For det f√łrste er der adskillige beviser p√• at vejret er som det altid har v√¶ret. Bevis nummer 1: Vejret er stadig koldt og d√•rligt herhjemme. S√•√•√•√•eh. Bevis nummer 2: Mennesker kan ikke p√•virke verden p√• den m√•de som det p√•st√•s, det kan kun Gud den Alm√¶gtige. Vi er efterh√•nden mange der er af denne overbevisning, is√¶r her i Midt- og Vestjylland i de Indre Missionske milj√łer og selvf√łlgelig Bj√łrn Lomborg.</description>
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			<title>Heading East on North Star: Back to the Pontoon</title>
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			<description>In the boatyard we got all the work done.  Installation of 150 ampere alternator and its wide drive belt, new freshwater pump and new Balmar voltage regulator went smoothly.  I say smoothly somewhat tongue in cheek because history says that nothing ever goes perfectly smoothly or easily.  Belt not long enough or pipe doesn't fit are typical things that one encounters but figures out how to deal with them.  The bottom line is that when North Star was again waterborne everything worked correctly.</description>
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			<title>Ya Ha Ha Ting: Thursday, October 26,2017</title>
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			<description>Yesterday, we finally got the CRV packed for our 6 month cruise and headed to the Marina. Yipee. It‚Äôs been tough getting ready to go. The mechanical issues with the boat and Susan and my health issues. Susan‚Äôs shoulder is better and my body is adjusting to the beta blocker medicine. Hello everyone - I‚Äôm 68 and Susan is close to that. So pains, stamina etc are as the doctors stay ‚Äúage appropriate‚ÄĚ. I feel like hitting them when they use the term ‚Äúage appropriate‚ÄĚ. But, we are ship shape and will be departing our marina tomorrow morning if the weather Gods favor us for our 22 miles of the Chesapeake Bay. That section is the 1st and largest body of water we encounter heading south. After that large waters are not much of an issue all the way to Miami. It‚Äôs pretty much Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway ( AICW ) also known fondly as ‚ÄúThe Ditch‚ÄĚ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intracoastal_Waterway Mile 0 is Portsmouth, VA and Miami is mile 1085. We will be spending Christmas with our son in Miami and then probably start staging for the Bahamas. I don‚Äôt believe we are going to the Florida Keys as they were devastated by Hurricane Irma. Traveling the AICW is fun. It twists and turns and keeps you on your toes constantly checking your position and watching out for other boats, tugs etc. Something interesting is always happening.</description>
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			<title>Grand Voyage: We made it</title>
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			<description>Er komt ruimte in de haven van Porto en nu kunnen wij eens van de haven genieten na 3 dagen op het anker. Even lekker stadten dat ging er bij Gerda wel in en scoorde een mooie jas, het weer was niet optimaal met 30 graden en zochten we dan ook maar gauw een terrasje op. In Porto kun je je wel vermaken maar in de haven werd het onrustiger.</description>
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			<title>North American Tour 2017-2019: Night Transit to San Diego</title>
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			<description>More ship contacts were experienced during this night transit from Catalina Island to San Diego than any other part of our trip so far.   Wednesday in Catalina Island was relaxed and fun.  We toured the Avalon Casino, not only seeing the past use of the movie theater and  the Big Band dance floor, that were the rage, but realizing that they still use the movie theater daily, and have twelve big dances a year.   Casino means gathering place in Italian.  There is no gambling here.  Next we had a semi-submarine trip to some of the harbor's  underground gardens where the fish were plentiful.   The excitement is palpable as we approach San Diego.  Lots to do in four days before the Baja Ha-ha Rally starts.  We need a diver for  zincs.  We need to buy our TIP for entering the boat into Mexican waters; a Visa for Peter (our crew); Mexican Liability Insurance; fishing  licenses; and propane and fuel.  Did I say laundry and provisions?</description>
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			<title>Manatee in the Pacific: San Diego --- still (by Irene)</title>
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			<description>We're spending the last few days in San Diego before leaving for Mexico.  It's strange; even though we left over a month ago, it feels like we're leaving all over again.  Getting all the last minute things together, making sure we have all the parts we think we'll need, etc.  The last couple weeks have been fun, although we're sort of in limbo until we head to Mexico on Monday.  </description>
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			<title>OOROO 1's Adventures: OOROO1 &amp;ndash;  New Caledonia to Bundaberg Australia  26th October 2017 BLOG 2</title>
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			<description>Received by Satphone - posted by Tess &amp; Jeno</description>
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			<title>Annecam: Crossing the Atlantic Ocean.</title>
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			<description>Right from the time we purchased Annecam, right from the first time that we stepped on board we were doing everything to prepare for this journey from Croatia back to our home land Australia. </description>
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			<title>Around the world with S/V Zephyr: Checked out and the autopilot dies.</title>
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			<description>It's been a busy day today as we try and get ready to take off for Panama on Thursday.  We headed in on the free bus to the grocery store but the driver let us off at NAPA where I bought four gallons of diesel oil.  We have a gallon or two on board but I wanted to get some more should anything happen.  With four gallons, we hiked over to the grocery store and bought a few things we still needed and then caught the bus back with two very heavy bags full of oil and other things.</description>
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			<title>Last Chance ... A Two Year Journey: A walk in the ... graveyard</title>
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			<description>Today was spent with Pete and Sue from Sasha. They are bringing their new-to-them boat back to Florida and were at many of the same places I was - like Rock Hall and the boat show. They went inside (ICW) to get here, but are going out in the ocean for their next leg. </description>
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			<title>Leela - Year Four - Mission Undecided: The Grass Has Grown a Bit</title>
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			<description>After a very disturbing/distressing summer in both the US and the Caribbean we are back onboard Leela in a fairly strange state of mind. For the first time we have rented out our house and committed to spending at least a year, probably more, onboard Leela or, at least, adrift in some form or the other. </description>
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			<title>Mandolin-at-Large: We have left port!</title>
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			<description>We have left! We had a wonderful send off with friends and a champagne toast! Sail was raised outside our creek and away we went. Anne and I looked at each other as if to say &quot;is this for real?&quot; Yes, most definitely so!</description>
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			<title>Barracuda's Blog: Loving the Lava in Lanzarote</title>
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			<description>Some friend told us back in Muros that you have to get off the boat and see the places you have reached. It is all too easy to spend time in harbours perfecting the boat. </description>
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			<pubDate>Wed, 25 Oct 2017 18:20:25 -0400</pubDate>
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			<title>Bragged Off!: Tourism....the Art of Deception?</title>
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			<description>They said it was the &quot;Venice of Gran Canaria&quot;...it was not. One teensy canal and three small metal footbridges does not the eighth wonder of the world make...</description>
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			<pubDate>Wed, 25 Oct 2017 17:45:44 -0400</pubDate>
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			<title>CETUS TALES: Time for this one to go home!</title>
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			<description>After the long flight back to Seattle from Namibia we were treated to two full days of pounding rain ‚ÄĒ that we had to drive in for hours each day for appointments, errands, last minute shopping and final goodbyes to family we just didn‚Äôt get to spend enough time with on this trip, since most of our time was spent in Africa.</description>
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			<pubDate>Wed, 25 Oct 2017 17:20:30 -0400</pubDate>
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			<title>L'Eau Commotion Westabout: Cheese Cutter</title>
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			<description>6:00pm Wednesday 25th October 2017 ( UTC-1 ) I could see that the fitting on the prodder was starting to work loose, hence the cautionary strops, but this morning, sooner than expected, it had let go.. Not only that but the finer of the two strops was threatening to slice through the prodder in double quick time ( Photo 1). I furled and lowered the asymmetrical and considered the options. Ascension was still not visible but we were due to pass by at lunch time and only losing about 1 1/2 knots decided to pull in behind the island to work on the prodder. What a contrast to St. Helena Ascension is. Positively bristling with antennae, radomes, huge store rooms, a tank farm and barracks it was completely different to the tiny town appearance of St Helena. The supply ship was there busily feeding two lighters with containers. Lots of little vessels on moorings - even a Hatteras style game fishing boat. It was quite comfortable working on the prodder with a very much furled jib, but the tendency was always to make to windward   towards the uninviting jagged volcanic rocks of the shore. You can see the two 10mm eye bolts I installed and again I put on the strops just in case. You may be able see where the fine strop was cutting through the teak. I was interested to see a frigate bird attacking something in the water as they can't swim and only feed by attacking other birds in the air to make them discorge the days takings. What I saw was that a gannet, reluctant to pay homage to these racketeers, had dived into the sea and attempted to swim away under water with the frigate bird hovering overhead at sea level. Very interesting and scientific. Not nearly so interesting or welcome was when one of these marauding monsters tried to get the impeller on the masthead sender to give up its contents. Much banging yelling and bad language seemed to work. I did a calculation and I would say the days adventures cost just three hours in progress- small price to pay to carry out the job all within swimming dista  nce of the shore. --------------050704020103060201030103--</description>
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			<title>Borta med Bengt: Catch the trades!</title>
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			<description>On an ancient wall in China where a brooding Buddha blinks. </description>
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			<description>We're in Ketchikan ETA for Prince Rupert Thurs xoxo.</description>
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