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I owe all these photos to Mike. I’ll admit to being too cold to focus on my camera.

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Words cannot describe this feeling, heeled over in a good wind and running against the tide. Seamanship and design (check pinkies) are things of ineffable beauty, even on a cold day.  Some might say “especially” then.

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Staying out of the wind is a good idea… ducking behind the cabin but not being overcome by cabin fever (check Feb. 20)…

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…if you can.

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Back in the marina just across the dock, the white stuff still emprisons. Or not… One just needs to be resourceful.

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