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haha... just before that old cinema movie "the hunt for red October" was shown in TV over here. That's end was set in Chesapeake Bay.

After a long session with two days of cooking, relatives and lots of that chocolate desert we switched into "Australia" ...

D said she never would like to be on the road by bush camper in western australia. ... But she did not say NO to Australia any longer.

But before I try to get a stay in Wallace, ID. RLG...

THis is amazing! Thanks for the link.

Cheers, Barbara

View of the head of City Dock with Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Stanley Norman in foreground.

Skipjacck often used a tall pine as the mast and I expect this may be one. This is the Stanley Norman of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. The old 1902 skipjack is used as a classroom and "publicist" for the Bay.

Not one boat on the moorings, few in the yacht club, the permanents quiet and a downright dead harbor with no water taxis and often ten or more minutes without one thing moving out there—including birds. Ir was an "event" when a motor or sail boat showed up out there.

Probably as quiet as I have ever seen the harbor. Minutes, tens of minutes, went by with not a boat moving out there.

Eva, der Container war voll! Dann werden sie gekippt und für den Rest kommt der Besen. Peruvian Coffee, freshly roasted, must be a very good highland quality. Ja, Cinza, without the smell of the roasted and ground beans coffee would not be half as good

Sehr bedankt! :-)

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