Spare The Goose - 3/25/04
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Posted: March 25, 2004
Spare the Goose -
March 25, 2004
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Who Owns The Water - 3/18/04
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Posted: March 18, 2004
Who Owns the Water?
March 18, 2004
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Catching Up With Boat Work and Mail, In Newport
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Posted: March 15, 2004
March 15, 2004
Newport, Rhode Island
41° 29.325 North
071° 19.319 West
Catching Up With Boat Work and Mail, In Newport
By Bernadette Bernon
Now that we’re landlubbers for a few months, we’ve made lists of things that need fixing on Ithaka, gear that needs replacement, projects we’d like to accomplish while we’re home. The list is getting longer by the day, and includes replacing the windlass; installing a watermaker; painting the boat – topsides and bottom; building some shelves; getting new canvas bimini, dodger, a...... Read More

Silly Season - 3/11/04
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Posted: March 11, 2004
Silly Season -
March 11, 2004
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Blowing Your Own Horn - 3/4/04
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Posted: March 04, 2004
Blowing Your Own Horn
March 4, 2004
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Homeward Bound March 1, 2004
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Posted: March 01, 2004
March 1, 2004
Newport, Rhode Island
41° 29.325 North
071° 19.319 West
Homeward Bound
By Bernadette Bernon
The approaching tropical storm that had been propelling us away from the mid-Atlantic states, and sending us hightailing north to Rhode Island, was upgraded to hurricane status while we were still cooling our heels in the Chesapeake, and we’d been mighty worried ever since. Named Isabel, she was a beaut – big, strong, ugly, and according to the National Hurricane Prediction Center, packing an attitude that was worsening by the hour. We w...... Read More

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