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Captain Ken- Have enjoyed your varied postings on this site, particularly your personal and original writing as in the STAY SALTY story, and especially the many photographs. 59 more words

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Thank you for sharing all these wonderful photos from travelers all over the world. On a recent early morning crossing to the Abacos from Palm Beach, Florida, on a very beautiful day, we snapped this one off and were so taken by the vastness of both the ocean and sky, we would like to share it with others. 59 more words

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Mio caro Capitano Ken: Tu e la tua bella famiglia ho incontrato qualche tempo fa nella città di Deia a Palma de Mallorca. Abbiamo avuto una meravigliosa cena lì e siamo rimasti più gentile con qualche consiglio per me e mio marito con un piccolo problema sulla nostra barca. 186 more words

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A stroll along the beach resulted in this picture. I found it interesting to note all the textures, patterns, and materials present: the weathered and whorled wood; the rusting iron; the rocks; the sand, all being impacted on by nature and all showing different results. 72 more words

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My friends and I have been following your postings and are really enjoying all the personal photographs that are being sent in. I thought you might find this one interesting: We are regulars in the waters off of Carbon Beach in Malibu and with the wind and surf down a bit, decided to take a break. 22 more words

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Choices. Sometimes easier to make than others. Take my dilemma with this situation. Should I surf or swim? For me, either way, I win. Keep up the excellent work here. 28 more words

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AH THE JOYS OF BOATING! Hey gang, just a salty little shout out to all of you from me (center, hands on the wheel, trademark blue-mirrored Revos on) on the way back from trippin’ ‘roun the Abacos aboard a beautiful Vicem 72 with a couple of buddies of mine; that’s John to the right, Michael to the left, with photographer and long time friend Jim Raycroft snapping the shot. 43 more words

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