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Old 08-25-2019, 12:03 PM   #21
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Cheechako, your advice in everything except the troubles of waterfront property outweighing the joys is just flat out wrong.
Wifey B: I get a lot of joy from my waterfront home, although out on the boat at this moment, but will return later this afternoon and have a huge dinner with all the group with us and more arriving there. I enjoyed my huge bed at home last night too.
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Old 08-25-2019, 12:24 PM   #23
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Wifey B: I do also enjoy long cruises far away from home. I'm bi.
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Old 08-25-2019, 02:30 PM   #25
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Wifey B: Bi as in land and sea.....where did your mind go? Oops......but I also am in that regard too and that would have been TMI had I been saying that.

And almost home from our day cruise.
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Yes, we live on a river and love it. We have our boat docked behind our house so it is quick and easy to get onboard. I can just sit on the deck, of either the house or the boat, and just watch the water go by. Wonderful.
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I feel like I'm bonding with all my new friends already... .wow, aren't we a passionate bunch. As we should be .... because we are all pursuing our dreams.
These dreams are shaped by family, community, health, money, etc and to some, waterfront is enough, some waterfront with a boat is the greatest, while a mountain home with boat and a personal jet may be the greatest dream...... and for others, like myself, to wake up every day to the swaying of my boat in the water and sipping my coffee as I look out over different water and shoreline and culture........ that's my dream..... and I'm passionate about it.
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