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Old 01-23-2012, 12:20 AM   #21
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RE: Very Large Freighter

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Marin wrote:
*Yeah, but you're on there with some 3,000 bozos.*
*I mostly "tune them out"* although I've met some interesting persons there.* I prefer "at sea days" and especially at dock where I*usually stay aboard (been there, done that) and let everyone else leave for the day.* Yeah, just me and the crow on a drizzly Anchorage*day.
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