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    Default Happy New Years from the Great Columbia River!

    Little chilly, 43f during the day supposed to drop to 28 tonight! Yep that's a bayliner dinghy! 28 ft bayliner next door...

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!
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    More Pics on the rive and the bayliner dighy
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    Sunrise on the Columbia
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    Default Happy New Years from the Great Columbia River!

    Nice pics! You planning on bringing her up to AK next summer?
    ... aboard the 'Memory Maker' Making Memories one Wave at a Time!

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    Nope plans have changed. We are in the process of buying a dock here on the lower Columbia, then when the Admiral farm sells in Missouri she wants to buy a 46-55ft trawler. Then I retire in about 2 years and then you will see us in PWS, maybe with some friends. then when the snow starts to fly head south and if Mexico ever gets thier crap together and we tired of the rain here, we will keep going south. Live aboard and be snow birds. Lots of places to explore in SE and the San Juans. At least that is the plan right now.

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    Default Happy New Years from the Great Columbia River!

    Excellent plan. I like the sounds of it!
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