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broadslover
Sep-10-2005 @ 8:06 PM                           Permalink
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Just read your post Pizzalover, while listening to Eltons "Madman Across The Water".Very apt don"t you think..

land ahoy,
(some mornings I wake up grumpy)(other mornings I let her sleep)

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My father-in-law took me towards Neatishead last week - he in a smaller boat than mine (we were in Regal Star, he in Moorhen). As he turned to port into the narrow mooring area I almost had a heart attack - I am from Canada and comfortable in a boat but when we make a steering error on the Pacific Ocean we have a bit more room to compensate... The mooring was full save for two spaces up near the end on the right. I deftly used the bow thruster (cheater) and brought her in. Thankfully there was a nice chap available to grab my bowline but all of my palpitations were for not - we slided in nicely without bumping anyone (lucky that). That was my initiation into navigating in tight spaces. I felt much better after a pint at the White Horse Inn. We'll be back next year for more!

Marco Del Barco


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