40º03'22.96" N 74º03'52.86" W
Thanks for the photo, I talked to Paul Smith today, who is doing a lot of the work, he says that the patient will live to sail again. When I get back I'm going to volunteer my services to help in any way that I am able to.
I need you to volunteer to help eat dinner.
I volunteer. next time I'm near NJ.
You too. You hungry?
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glad to hear it'll be sailing again!
Another casualty of Sandy I suppose!
Hey...did Bay Rhum make it through OK? So many posts about Sandy & I don't remember you saying anything about your own boat.
High and dry. Thanks for asking!
You're welcome. Very glad to hear that she's fine!
Speaking of Bay Rhum, have you started the summer preparation or are you going to wait and see if the Bay is cleared of debris?
No, not yet. She's going in regardless. I want to believe it's not quite as bad down here as it is up-bay. They're using side-view sonar with gps and dropping buoys for the cranes to scoop up debris underneath.BR is my principal escape mechanism. She does nothing for me on the hard.
That boat will be very wood looking with the new planks. ;)
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