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DawnB
Link to this postPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:13 pm    

RickH wrote:

Geeeez

Itís a phrase in the US. Must not be to our northern neighbors.

Get over it


Well. Get over it? You should take your own advice!

I guess humour must be a northern thing too. canada

You brought it up. If you can't stand the heat... And I did use smilies...but I guess some people don't find their own comments as funny as I do. rofl
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DawnB
Link to this postPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2013 5:18 am    

Twanger wrote:
I spent 6 weeks as a student aboard the R/V Westward in 1977.



My favorite place to hang out at night (in good weather) was in the netting hanging under the bowsprit.

More often than not the ship would kick up all kinds of phosphorescence as she plowed through the water. Watching it was mesmerizing.


Sounds amazing, Walt. I've never seen the phosphorescence, I never got a chance to do the bio bay when we were in the SVI's, and still have not gotten back there - someday.... Smile
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